Skip to main content

Full text of "Beverlega"

INFORMAL 




SENIOR AWARDS / BLAZERS 




Devin E. Buckley 
John E. Crowell 
G. Christopher D'Alfonson 
Deborah G. Douglas 
Angelika Faust 
Richard F. Giunta 
Thomas L. Lawrence 
Jill A. Levy 
Carol A. Lucet 



Bl 




Ross F. McGurn 
David R. McParland 
Janis M. Melanson 
Susan S. Nardella 
Angelika Papandreau 
Scott E. Peeler 
Jayne E. Putur 
Brian M. Salley 
Meriden B. Ushakoff 
Valerie L. Watson 




PUBLICATIONS BANQUET 




9 





On May 16 and 17, members of the 
Senior Class put on the production, 
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Persons 
with leading roles were June Walsh 
(Lorelei) and Tim Smith (Henry Spof- 
fard III). Others with major roles were 
Bob Brenner, Angle Faust, Martha 
Field, Shari McDonald and Mary Beth 
Nuccio. Once again directed by BHS 
English teachers, Ms. Claire Hart and 
Ms. Sandra Smeltzer, the play turned 
out to be a smashing success. 





Will Horace marry Dolly? Can Ermengarde engage Ambrose? Will Irene and 
Minnie consider Cornelius and Barnaby? These and more were answered by 
the Music Department's production of "Hello Dolly". 

Professional performances by Dolly (Kathrine Anderson) and Horace (How- 
ard Axelrod) resulted in sell-out crowds each night. Other people with major 
roles were Shari MacDonald, Jackie Soucy, Doug Emeney and Peter Adams. 

A good effort from the entire cast and crews resulted in the show's over- 
whelming success. 



11 



GIRL'S TRACK 










Schedule 




Beverly 


W 


Saugus 


L 


Beverly 


W 


Winthrop 


L 


Beverly 


W 


Lynn Classical 


L 


Beverly 


W 


Danvers 


L 


Beverly 


W 


Gloucester 


L 


Beverly 


W 


Marblehead 


L 


Beverly 


L 


Swampscott 


W 


Beverly 


W 


Salem 


L 


Beverly 


W 


Lynn English 


L 




The Girl's Track Team under the 
leadership of Laureen Reinholdt and 
Shannon Barror ended with a record 
of 9-1 after a close meet with 
Swampscott. The team placed second 
In the NEC Meet with Carrie Guarino 
breaking the record in the 880. This 
year school reccds were broken by; 
Maureen O'Reilly — 440, 880, Kelly 
leComte — 100, discus. Donna 
Chouinard — hurdles, and Carrie 
Guarino — mile. All State participants 
were C. Guarino, M. O'Reilly, and K. 
Lecomte. With only three seniors leav- 
ing, next year's team is looking for- 
ward to a first place finish in the NEC. 




Front Row: L. Faust, D. Chouinard, J. Parisella, Co-Capt. S. Barror, B. Marcos, Co-Capt. Laureen Reinhold, M. O'Reilly, P. James. Second Row: E. 
Long, L. Mital, K. LaComte, P. Chouinard, J. O'Gorman, P. Chmiel, L. Slabacheski, D. Parisi. Back Row: K. Cassola, B. Barr, N. Young, J. Goodwin. 
K. Rivard, C. Guarino, Coach Dan Geary. Missing: D. Pasquarello, L. Jalbert, L. Thompson, L. Foley. 




This year the Boys Track Team 
finished with a disappointing record of 
8-1 . Their only loss was to Marblehead. 
Both teams were undefeated coming 
into the meet, but Marblehead 
emerged as the victor. Beverly, how- 
ever, got its revenge in the conference 
meet when they beat Marblehead. 

This year's outstanding performers 
were Jim Watts, Bruce Hadden, 
George Daly, Barry Lewis, and George 
Ward. Watts was this year's MVP and 
broke records in the 100 and 220. 
Hadden broke the javelin record and 
Daly broke the junior record in the tri- 
ple jump. 

In the non-conference meets the 
team placed third in the Northern 
Area, third in the Haverill Invitational 
Meet, fifth in the relays, and sixth in 
the State Meet. 

With the twelve seniors graduat- 
ing, the team will have a challenge, 
under the leadership of next year's 
captains Barry Lewis and George Daly, 
to uphold the winning tradition in 
track new year. 




Front Row: D. Talbot, K. Rollins, J. Moloney, Co-Capt. D. Buckley, Co-Capt. S. Murray, B. Hadden, S. Lospennato, S. Peeler, L. Betchel, J. Watts. 
Second Row: K. Underwood, L. Burns, B. Lewis, B. LaCorte, M. Sweeny, S. Rollins, G. Daly, S. MacRae, K. Shatford. G. Norwood, Coach Jack 
Hilton. Third Row: A. Blotcher, M. Tipton, N. MacCormick, J. Mosse, P. Conlon, J. Silva, P. Dooling, P. Finn. Back Row: D. Wharton, J. Ward, B. 
Norris, F. Gaudet, M. Tonneson. 



BASEBALL 



This year's baseball team, led by 
co-capts Kurt Gross and Billy Gongas, 
encountered problems during the sea- 
son. Though they started out strong, 
they ended with a 6-12 record. The 
new coach, Doug Linehan, assisted by 
Rod Gorman and Harry Connaughton, 
brought enthusiasm to the team. 

With many of the players returning 
under the leadership of next year's 
captain, Greg Shea, hopes of a better 
season are in view. 





SOFTBALL 




Front Row: E. Clinch, J. LaPenna, (Capt.), C. Levesque, A. Kass, D. Diluiso, D. Ahearn. Back Row: 
Coach Jeanette Cummings, M. Courtney, L. Dunn, L. Bright, T. Eagan, R. Clayton, J, LeClair, B. 
Guinivan. 









SCHEDULE 


Beverly 


11 


Gloucester 4 


Beverly 


19 


Marblehead 1 


Beverly 


15 


Swampscott 2 


Beverly 


8 


Lynn English 


Beverly 


12 


Saugus 1 


Beverly 


7 


WInthrop 2 


Beverly 


6 


Lynn Classical 2 


Beverly 


5 


Danvers 7 


Beverly 


14 


Salem 4 


Beverly 


16 


Gloucester 2 


Beverly 


29 


Marblehead 4 


Beverly 


1 


Swampscott 


Beverly 


6 


Lynn English 7 


Beverly 


4 


Saugus 6 


Beverly 


9 


WInthrop 5 


Beverly 


6 


Lynn Classical 3 




18 




The Girl's Softball team had a very 
successful season ending with a 
record of 13-3. The team, led by Capt. 
Caren Levesque, made it to the semi- 
finals of the state where they lost by a 
close margin. 

Throughout the season an outstand- 
ing performance was given by pitcher 
Lynne Dunn. The team had many pow- 
erful hitters including J. LaPenna, J. 
LeClair, D. Diluiso and R. Clayton. Be- 
cause of the great number of juniors 
on the team, hopes of being next 
year's State winners are on their 
minds. 





This year's lacrosse team finished 
with a record of 8-7. The team did not 
match up to last year's team, but that 
was to be expected with a new coach 
and players in new positions. The 
game to be remembered was against 
Peabody. The team was assessed 18 
penalties and two players were thrown 
out of the game after a fight between 
teams. This year the team had Co- 
MVP's, Dave Hannable, a senior who 
never played and Rich Giunta. Next 
year's tri-captains are Dave Jutras, 
Barry Lapka, and Chris Kinback. 




if 



Front Row: D. Hannible, J. Crowell, E.J. Estabrook, TriCapt. R. Giunta, TriCapt. D. Kline, TriCapt. R. Ganey, W. Gansenberg, D. Mirandi, R. Finn, G. 
Gordeau. Second Row: C. Kinback, M. Paluzzi, J. LaMonde, N. Lentz, J. Paluzzi, B. Salley, S. Kilbansky, D. Jutras, B. Richars, Coach Mazzei. Back 
Row: B. Lapka, M. Thibideau, C. Condon, J. Manning, C. James, D. Chapman, B. Bishop, D. Pinciaro, J. Pierce. 



TENNIS 



Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Beverl 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Bever 
Beverl 








Schedule 

Swampscott 1 

Danvers 3 

Lynn English 

Winthrop 2 

Saugus 3 

Lynn Classical 

Gloucester 5 

Marblehead 5 

1 Salem 4 
3 Swampscott 2 

2 Danvers 3 
5 Lynn English 
1 Winthrop 4 
1 Saugus 4 
5 Lynn Classical 

1 Gloucester 4 
Marblehead 5 

2 Salem 3 




Front Row: B. Johnson, R. Gauthier, Co-Capt. J. Palazola, Co-Capt. M. Kravetz, J. Doane, J. Harney, 
M. Smagala. Back Row: Coach L. Lattanzi, T. Bethune, S. Carlson, G. Garrity, M. Amirault, M. 
Baker. 




This year was a building one for the 
B.H.S. Boy's Tennis team. Led by co- 
captains Joey Palazola and Mark 
Kravetz, the team compiled a 7-11 
record. With only Palazola and Kravetz 
returning from last year's 17-1 NEC 
Champion team, they made a good 
showing in the tough conference. The 
team featured Kravetz, a senior, at first 
singles, a three year varsity player; 
Ron Gauthier, a senior who climbed 
from the number eight position last 
year to second singles this year. At 
third singles was senior J. Palazola; at 
first doubles was senior John Doane, a 
first year player, and a sophomore 
Mark Baker, who looked good in the 
intra-squad tournament at the begin- 
ginning of the year; and at second 
doubles were juniors G. Garrity and T. 
Bethune. 

Mark Kravetz copped both MVP and 
Sportmanship Awards while Ron 
Gauthier walked away with the Most 
Improved Player Award. 




23 




8 




11 




17 




PEOPLE 




Administration 






87 


A House 


91 


B House 


90 


C House 


89 


C.H.P 


88 


Faculty 


92-103 


Sophomores 


106-119 


Juniors 


120-135 


Seniors 


136-173 


Senior Directory 


. . . 174-179 



CLUBS 

Aegis 61 

A.F.S 70 

Aides 77 

Apathy Club 65 

Astronomy 66 

Beverlega 58-59 

Chess 62 

Exchange 61 

Foreign Languages 69 

Humanities 68 

Ledger 60 

Math 62 

Philosophy 68 

Photography 67 

U.F.P 63 



SPORTS 

Boys Basketball 38-39 

Girls Basketball 36-37 

Box X-Country 28-29 

Girls X-Country 30-31 

Field Hockey 20-21 

Football 34-35 

Golf 32-33 

Gymnastics 44-45 

Hockey 46-47 

Boys Soccer 22-23 

Girls Soccer 24-25 

Swimming 50-51 

Girls Tennis 26-27 

Boys Track 49-41 

Girls Track 42-43 

Tribute 54-55 

Wrestling 48-49 



ACTIVITIES 

Ads 182-219 

Winter Cheerleaders 53 

Fall Cheerleaders 52 

Introduction 1-21 

Music 

Marching Band 80-81 

Concert Band 82 

Chorale 83 

"Hey Hamlet" 72-73 

"My Page" 219 

NHS 76 

MEMORIUM 220 



19 




'A 



Field Hockey 





SCHEDULE 


Beverly 


2 


Swampscott 


Beverly 


6 


Lynn English 


Beverly 


10 


Winthrop 


Beverly 


2 


Saugus 


Beverly 


2 


Salem 


Beverly 


5 


Marblehead 


Beverly 


7 


Lynn Classical 


Beverly 


2 


Danvers 


Beverly 


4 


Gloucester 


Beverly 


6 


Lynn English 


Beverly 


2 


Swampscott 


Beverly 





Saugus 


Beverly 


5 


Winthrop 


Beverly 


2 


Salem 


Beverly 


1 


Tyngsboro 


Beverly 





Weston 





Front Row: K. Morris, S. Young, J. Soucy, J. Melanson, D. Ahearn, E. Clinch, C. Levesque. Back Row: Coach S. Stowe, M. O'Reilly, B. Guinivan, K. 
LeCompte, L. Dunn, C. Ware, J. Levesque, A. MacDonald. 



I 



rr 




This year was an exceptionally good 
one for the Field Hockey team. The 
girls logged an awesome record of 
twelve wins and only two losses to 
finish second in the North-Eastern 
Conference. Their outstanding season 
earned them a birth in the State Tour- 
nament, in which they defeated 
Tyngsboro in first round action but 
succumbed to Weston in their second 
game. Tri-captains Debbie Ahem, Jack- 
ie Soucy, Janis Melanson spurred the 
team on to excellence. Outstanding 
play of ultra seniors Karen Morris, 
Caren Levesque, Sue Young, and 
Ellen Clinch is to be commended. Re- 
turning next year are Alana McDonald, 
Kelly Lecompt and Laurie Levesque, 
all of whom played a major role in this 
year's success. 





21 



Soccer 




Front row; L. Enos. Co-Capt. F. Paglia, Co-Capt. R. Chmiel, D. Chalifour, B. Cappachetti, R. 
Mehu, :E.. Goodwin, J. Bucco.- Second row: M. Ring, D. Talbot, D. Driscoll, B. Whalen, K: 
Wilkenson, J^. Bright,' K. Foley, L. Occipinti, S.-Ferrio, Bar, Herseyj R. Jastr^mbski. Back row: 
C6dch Foley, i\. Sumner, J. WcKenna, R. Capidultyj^, O. Johnson, Z. Gesualdi, S. Sdsiaone, E. 
Evans.'Pi Bmns, BT Lewis, d.'Doane; • - 



This was a great season for the soc- 
cer team. They started out the year 
with an easy win over Winthrop and 
had only a few minor mishaps through 
the season. For example, they tied 
their rival Salem in an early season 
game, and later defeated them in a 
tensely exciting season closer. 

Then came the finals. First they de- 
feated a powerful Winchester team be- 
fore a capacity filled home audiance. 
They then went to Somerville and after 
three sudden death periods, won by a 
score of 1-0. 

Next came the State Tournament. 
First was the Belmont match with a 2-1 
win. Then came the Lexington game in 
which they were defeated. However, 
the spirit of the team did not display 
the usual depression associated with 
defeat; they had made it to where no 
other Beverly High Soccer Team ever 
had, The Eastern Mass., Division One 
Finals. 




22 





Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 
Beverly 



SCHEDULE 

Winthrop 

Saugus 

Lynn English 

Swampscott 

Marblehead 

Gloucester 

Danvers 

Lynn Classical 

Salem 

Winthrop 

Saugus 

Lynn English 

Swampscott 

Marblehead 

Gloucester 

Danvers 

Lynn Classical 

Salem 

Winchester 

Somerville 



23 



Soccer 





"ront Row: P. Chmiel, C. Lawless, Tri-Capt. J. Gawron, Tri-Capt. M. Brown, Tri-Capt, K. Keyes, B. (P.F.) Marcos, D. Lee. Second Row: A. Sprague T 
-ecteau, K. Kelly, M. Kendall, P. James, S. Kirk, L. Russo, D. Horseman, Coach W. Harris. Back Row: P. Boyle, W. Forney. K. Griffin, M. Turner. " 




Tennis 




The Beverly High Girls Tennis Team 
connpleted an extremely successful 
season of 12-2 under the direction of 
Mrs. Ellen Tassinarri. Each member on 
the varsity was an NEC All-Star Team. 
Seniors JoAnne LaPenna, Chris An- 
derson, Kelly Murphy and Anne Wilbur 
will be missed but with a strong back- 
up of juniors Colleen Maguire, Cindy 
Wilson and Patty Howe along with a 
talented JV team Beverly should con- 
tinue to dominate the conference. 




26 



Front Row: J. LaPenna, A. Wilbur. Bacl< Row; L. IVIital, K. Murphy, C. Willson, Coacii Tassinari, C. 
Anderson, P. Howe, C. McGuire. 




Front Row: T. Smith, R. Dion, C. D'Alfonso, J. Moloney, S. Peeler, A. Charette, G. Scott, L. Bechtel. Second Row: K. Underwood, D. Ball, K. 
Shatford, N. Lentz, B. Hoar, M. Lewis, B. LaCorte, M. Elserod, A. Blotcher. Back Row: F. Gaudet, J. Mosse, S. Casale, S. Goodwin, P. Conlon, T. 
Whalen, A. Nelson. Missing: T. Palazola, G. Norwood. 

The B.H.S. Boy's Cross-country 
Team roared to an undefeated season 
and a first place finish in the North- 
eastern Conference, again displaying 
the excellence and depth that have 
become synonymous with the words 
"Beverly Cross-Country". Co-captains 
Joe Moloney and Scott Peeler paced 
the team in their winning ways. Coach 
Fred Hammond, one of the biggest 
names in area track circles, will be los- 
ing six of his top ten runners to gradu- 
ation after this superlative 9-0 season, 
but the promising junior varsity run- 
ners will hopefully fill these slots in 
due time. Congratulations to the team 
on a fantastic year. 




28 



Cross Country 




Front Row: J. Goodwin, C. Lucet, Capt. L. Reinhold, C. Guarino. Back Row: R. Goutreau, E. Barr, E. 
Mangan, L. Slabacheski, T. Thorpe, Coach D. Geary. 



With only one returning letter win- 
ner, this year's edition of the Girl's 
Cross-country team had their work cut 
out for them. Fortunately, they have 
every reason to be pleased with their 
efforts, as they sported a record of 
nine wins and no losses, and the 
Northeastern Conference champi- 
onship as well. Each year coach Dan 
Geary's harriers achieve new heights 
of excellence; this year every varsity 
member earned her letter. Special 
standouts were superstar Ellen Man- 
gan, who qualified for the All-State 
meet with one of her best perfor- 
mances of the year; captain Laureen 
Reinhold, who had a superlative sea- 
son, and junior Julie Goodwin, who 
will be one of the teams key members 
next year. Congratulations to coach 
and team on their thirty-six consecu- 
tive victories, and their outstanding 
season. 





30 




J. Martell. R. Nyman, D, Walo, R. Clark, Co-Capt. J. Hogan, Co-Capt. T. Marshall, W. Gansenberg, R. McGurn, J. Bartlett, R. Sheeran, J. Gannon, B. 
McGurn, Coach W. Bradford. 








This year, the Beverly High School 
Golf team had another successful sea- 
son. The team had a fantastic season 
opener with a major win over their ri- 
val, Salem. Although there were two 
losses, they had little or no affect on 
the team as they kept up their good 
standing. Their record was a spectacu- 
lar 7-2-1 . The team also had a powerful 
season closer, with yet another victory 
over Salem. There is also great hope 
for next year's season with many of the 
underclassmen who are returning. 
Maybe their season will be as good as 
this years' team. 




SCHEDULE 



Beverly 


9 


Salem 


3 


Beverly 


4 


Swampscott 


8 


Beverly 


12 


Saugus 





Beverly 


9 


Lynn English 


3 


Beverly 


12 


Marblehead 





Beverly 


12 


Winthrop 





Beverly 


4 


Gloucester 


8 


Beverly 


9 


Danvers 


3 


Beverly 


6 


Lynn Classical 


6 


Beverly 


6V2 


Salem 


5V2 




33 



Football 



This year, our Bone-Crunching 
Panthers had another eventful season. 
Everything started out well with three 
thrilling wins in succession. However, 
this did not last for long as the Panth- 
ers suffered setbacks from what might 
have been their landmark season. 
After five frustrating losses, the Panth- 
ers staged a comeback with a fourteen 
point victory over Marblehead. Then 
came the most awaited game of the 
year, the Beverly-Salem Thanksgiving 
Game. This was to be the most excit- 
ing, yet most disappointing event of 
the season. Just when everyone was 
sure the Panthers were going to attain 
a victory, they were defeated. This did 
not display, however, the true senti- 
ments of the team, because their sea- 
son had been the best in a long while. 




I 




Front Row: W. Shea. W. Gongas, B. Salley, D. Nason, D. Buckley, M. Smagala, A. Vitale, R. Giunta, D. Kline, M. Abate, L. Scott, E. Estabrook, D. 
Atwood. C. Ferrante, K. Counihan, J. Pellitier. Second row: A. Caccivio, B. Hirschfield, J. Paluzzi, S. James, T. Hayes, S. Norton, S. Rollins, R. 
Young, R. Moroni, S. MaCrae, J. Geary, P. Dooling, B. Richardson, B. Lapka, Coach W. Hamor. Third row: J. Wright, S. Carleson, 0. Coluntino, J. 
Coan, P. Boretti, M. Pascucci, C. Kinback, T. Major, D. Jutras, D. Deciero, P. Churchyard, J. Bunn, E. Kapantis, Coach Rosinski. Back row: Asst. 
Coaches, T. DiVincenzo, R. Gorman, H. Connaughton, J. Abate, T. Harrington, W. Davis, N. Olsen, M. White, M. Smorgewski, D. Wharton, J. Ward, 
Asst. Coach, J. Oeluca. 



I 






The Girl's Basketball Team, led by 
Co-Captains Debbie DiLuiso and Liz 
Derby was a strong one. With the hard 
play of the rotating starting line up of 
seniors Debbie Ahem, DiLuiso, Derby, 
juniors MaryEllen Courtney, Rachel 
Clayton, and sophomore Kelly 
LeComte. Also contributing to the 
team, which ended with a record of 
8-10, were senior Lynn Bresnahan, ju- 
niors Lori Lindsey and Cindy Rae, and 
sophomores Terry Murphy and Alana 
MacDonald. 








SCHEDULE 




Beverly 


51 


Danvers 


48 


Beverly 


51 


Gloucester 


41 


Beverly 


37 


Marblehead 


46 


Beverly 


42 


Swampscott 


30 


Beverly 


49 


Lynn English 


52 


Beverly 


39 


Saugus 


67 


Beverly 


49 


Lynn Classical 


42 


Beverly 


33 


Winthrop 


51 


Beverly 


51 


Danvers 


53 


Beverly 


43 


Salem 


58 


Beverly 


58 


Gloucester 


49 


Beverly 


48 


Marblehead 


63 


Beverly 


39 


Swampscott 


28 


Beverly 


53 


Lynn English 


47 


Beverly 


37 


Saugus 


39 


Beverly 


47 


Lynn Classical 


48 


Beverly 


35 


Winthrop 


52 


Beverly 


39 


Salem 


91 



37 




BOYS BASKETBALL 




The 1979-1980 edition of the boys 
basketball team had an excellent sea- 
son, to say the least. They finished in 
second place in the Northeastern Con- 
ference with a fine 17-3 mark. In the 
Conference they boasted a 16-2 record 
dropping only two contests to a gifted 
champion Lynn Classical. In inter- 
league games they lost a close and ex- 
citing contest to Burlington, but came 
off the season roaring into Reading 
and posting a 30 point win. 

The captain for this years team was 
senior veteran guard Bill Hayes. He 
has played for three straight years on 
the varsity squad and as of the Read- 
ing game he had played in 64 consecu- 
tive contests for Beverly High, a feat 
unparalleled in coach Keith Arnolds' 
reign. 

Coach Arnold was assisted by junior 
varsity coach Tom Hayes. The J.V.'s 
posted a successful record and with 
the look of this years team only good 
prospects are coming to the vai^sity 
squad in the following years. 

This year the team faces Woburn in 
the first round of the state tournament 
and the pairings look very good for 
Beverly High Basketball. 




Front Row; Coach K. 
Pascucci, B. Lewis, P. 



Arnold, Capt. W. Hayes, T. Hegarty. Back Row; T. Hayes 
Wynne, D. Murphy, T. Hegarty, S. Lospennato, D. Rice, S. 



, J. Bonacci, M. 
Maxner. 




39 



BOYS TRACK 



mm 



» 

i " 



Under the leadership of co-capts. 
Bill Shea and Jim Watts, the 1980 
Boy's Track team was lead to a 10-0 
record and another first place position 
in the Northeast Conference. Earning 
the title of three best shot-putters in 
the state were Bill Shea, Bruce Mad- 
den, and Devin Buckley. Peter Dooling 
remained undefeated in the 300 yd. 
dash all season and along with Watts, 
Dooling claimed conference champi- 
onships in the All Star Meet. 

The 600 yd. dash was the strongest 
event of the team as Steve Murray, 
Larry Bechtel, Mike Whelan, Bob Finn, 
and Dennis O'Brien all qualified for the 
North East Conference meet. Another 
strong part of the team was the dis- 
tance runners in the 1000 yd. dash, 
mile, and two-mile. 

Superb coaching of the team came 
from Mr. Hammond and assist, coach 
John Hilton. 




40 








SCHEDULE 




Beverly 


51 


Danvers 


36 


Beverly 


67 


Lynn Classical 


19 


Beverly 


66 


Winthrop 


20 


Beverly 


46 


Swampscott 


40 


Beverly 


57 


Marblehead 


29 


Beverly 


58 


St. Johns 


27 


Beverly 


59 


Lynn English 


26 


Beverly 


60 


Gloucester 


17 


Beverly 


60 


Salem 


17 




Front Row. S. Dailey, K. Counihan, J. Moloney, S. Murray, Co-Capt. W. Shea, Co-Capt. J. Watts, L. Bechtal, D. Buckley, S. Peeler. Second Row: M. 
Whalen, P. Dooling, K. Underv»/ood, G. Norwood, M. Tipton, A. Blotcher, J. Silva, N. MacCormick, K. Shatford, S. Rollins, N. Lentz. Third Row: 
Asst. Coach D. Richards, M. Lewis, E. Southwick, A. Nelson, J. Griffen, B. Hadden, J. Ward, C. Burns, Coach F. Hammond. Back Row: B. Finn, F. 
Guadet, B. Phillips, T. Whalen, G. Wright, P. Conlon, D. O'Brien. 



GIRL'S TRACK 




Front: P. Chmiel, L. Slabacheski, D. Chouinard, Co-Capt. S. Barror, Co-Capt. S. Young, L. Reinhold, 
M. O'Reilly. Second; S. Norwood, T. Thorpe, J. LeClaIr, E. Long, J. Parisella, C. Kerr, C. Guarino. 
Third: B. Barr, E. Mangan, S. Pierce, J. O'Gorman, N. Young, Coach Dan Geary. Missing: S. Woods, 
B. (P.F.) Marcos. 





SCHEDULE 



Beverly 


52 


Danvers 


30 


Beverly 


50 


Lynn Classical 


32 


Beverly 


40 


Winthrop 


42 


Beverly 


28 


Swampscott 


54 


Beverly 


45 


Marblehead 


37 


Beverly 


44 


Salem 


38 


Beverly 


51 


Gloucester 


31 






Although the Girl's Track team was 
plagued with sickness and injury they 
ended up with a record of 5-2, en- 
abling them to finish in a three way tie 
for second place in the Northeastern 
Conference. Outstanding junior Mau- 
reen O'Reilly set a school record in the 
600 yard run with a time of 1:27, and 
went undefeated in the 600 and 300 
yard dashes in the N.E.C. O'Reilly, 
along with senior high jumper Shan- 
non Barror and junior miler Carrie 
Guarino, also qualified for the Eas- 
terns. Next year's team looks strong, 
as only four girls are graduating this 
year. 



43 




The girl's Gymnastics team had an 
unparalled season by vaulting to a 6-2 
record. They tumbled into a second 
place tie with Danvers, narrowly mis- 
sing a chance to go to the State tour- 
nament. Although the team as a whole 
did not journey to the States, two of its 
members went to the individual State 
Championships in Milford. 

Both Junior Janet Glazier and 
Sophomore Julie LaSelva had remark- 
able seasons. At Milford, Glazier 
scored an 8.3 in the preliminaries, and 
then a 7.9 in the finals. Janet finished 
eighth in the overall standings. With 
the tough competition, young LaSelva 
could do no better than a high 7.7 on 
the vault. 

This year's captains were JoAnne 
LaPenna and Paula Woods. Next year, 
with the advent of new stars, this brave 
bunch of female athletes have a defi- 
nate chance of going to the States. 



SCHEDULE 



Beverly 


72.4 


Tewksbury 


52.3 


Beverly 


86.7 


WInthrop 


81.95 


Beverly 


88.2 


Danvers 


105 


Beverly 


93.1 


Salem 


91.15 


Beverly 


88.9 


Gloucester 


113.8 


Beverly 


104 


Hamilton 


71.35 


Beverly 


100 


Saugus 


84.6 


Beverly 


83.1 


Salem N.H. 


123.15 


Beverly 


105 


Marblehead 


93.8 




Front: L. Whitney, Co-Capt. P. Woods, Co-Capt. J. LaPenna, S. White, C. Gilbert. Middle: Mrs. 
Bullock, J. Heffernan, E. Perrault, D. Silver, M. Charette, P. Cavanaugh, Manager S. Jadwin. 
Back: J. LaSelva, D. Abrahams, S. Rallo, J. Glazier, J. Pierce, N. Forte, D. Scouras. 



HOCKEY 










SCHEDULE 




Beverly 


1 


Marblehead 


4 


Beverly 


2 


Gloucester 


2 


Beverly 


7 


Lynn Classical 


5 


Beverly 


4 


Salem 


1 


Beverly 


3 


Danvers 


1 


Beverly 


4 


Winthrop 


6 


Beverly 


5 


Lynn English 


4 


Beverly 


3 


Swampscott 


3 


Beverly 


5 


Saugus 


4 


Beverly 





Marblehead 


5 


Beverly 


4 


Gloucester 


4 


Beverly 


2 


Lynn Classical 


1 


Beverly 


8 


Salenfi 





Beverly 


1 


Danvers 


5 


Beverly 


2 


Winthrop 


7 



This years Hockey Team did better 
than expected. They finished with a 
record of 7-5-3, led by Capt. Glen 
Gourdeau and assistant Captains 
Chris Lord and Billy Dunham. The 
team was made up of many under- 
classmen and is looking forward to a 
great season next year. 



46 



WRESTLING 





Scheduling an inexperienced group 
of wrestlers against some of the states 
top teams, Beverly finished with a los- 
ing record. Their most impressive 
gains were not on paper but in the 
morale of the team. With seven return- 
ing lettermen, the program can only 
improve. 



Front Row: R. Jastrzembski, J. Catania, R. Brenner.T. Anthony, C. Sindoni. Back Row; Coach B. 
Stalker, K. Fumerola, P. Binns, L. LeTeure, M. Silva, B. Davis, D. Anthony, J. Bunn, J. Reade. 

48 




.^4 



SWIM 




In only its second year as an organized 
group, the Beverly High Swim Team 
splashed off to a winning start. The 
team won its first four meets and 
finished with a 6-4 season. 

The most gratifying win was over 
Danvers, this being the first time ever 
to defeat the strong Falcon team. 
Coach Jon Lazar was very pleased 
with the swimmers personal achieve- 
ments and with the new school 
records set. 

Team captains David Cook and Patty 
Howe led the enthusiastic co-ed 
Panthers through the season. Next 
years team should prove to be even 
stronger, with the swim team's up and 
coming underclassmen. Some promis- 
ing talents include Wendy Freeman, 
John Tosi, Ronnie Cram, Patty Howe, 
Lori Cram, David Full, Robbie Atwood, 
Kersten Kyrazis, and Lynn Tompkin- 
son. All in all it was a victorious year. 




50 



Front Row: M. McCarthy, C. Hickey, J. Levy, A. Wilbur, J. Coombs,.D. Cook, D. Burgess, C. Lawless, 
M. Field. Second Row: N. Story, P. Howe, D. Full, J. LaMonte, J. Tosi, C. Bennet, W. Freeman, M. 
Pitman, M. McGee. Back Row: Coach J. Lazar, L. Tompkinson, R. Cram, L. Cram, K. Kyrazis, R. 
Potter, K. Freeman, C. Tosi, Assistant Coach K. Pure. 



SOCCER CHEERLEADERS 




FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 




HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS 




BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 




Front Row: K. Makros, A. Alexander, R. Hemenway, L. Thompson, C. Lord, D. Vigliotta. Back Row: L. Terry, L. Jalbert, V. Hogan Capt., C. Adduci, 
J. Goodwin, B. Holak, D. Pasquarello. 



53 




54 




Jr.! 

Editor-in-chief Paul Manzo 

Associate editor Tom Booth 

Co-editor W.W. Thompson 

Sports editor Beth Marcos 

Art editor Tricia Regan 

Activities editor .... Fred Hutchinson 
Student Body editor . . Joyce Gawron 

Hamlet Tom Lawrence 

Staff & contributors: Robin Hemen- 
way, Chris Anderson, Marianne Nack, 
Bob Moffet, Angle Faust, Sue Young, 
Sue Jadwin, Ace Beaman, Lisa Pickell, 
Lisa Gajewski, Marybeth Nuccio, Joe 
Palazola, Patty Howe, Erric Doane, 
Kathy Nack, Lisa Slabecheski, Beth 
Favaloro, Julie Goodwin, Andrea Had- 
dad, Kerstan Kyrazis, Dianne Carito, 
Nancy Story, Katrina Anderson, All of 
the Thompsons, Terry Blieler, Guy Ga- 
ron, John Kappotis . . . 




First Row: W.W. Thompson, B R. Palmer Thompson, W.J. Moriah Thompson 
Tom, Paul, Tom, Trish, and Ace. Second Row: Joyce, Fred, Beth, Robin, Te 



, Polsyfer, Esmerelda 
rry, John, and Guy. 



%e Igdger 



Beverly High School, Beverly, Mass. 



Friday, December 14, 1979 8 pages 



The Ledger, headed by editor-in- 
chief Chris D'Alfonso, was very suc- 
cessful this year. 

In the paper, students reported on 
sports information, school activities, 
foreign students, trips, house stories 
and many other topics. Other editors 
supervising the paper were Crystal 
Coleman, Scott Peeler, and Robert 
Moffett. Advisor for the paper was Mr. 
Paul "Hey Hamlet!" Krueger. 




^he Igdger 



Editor-in-Chief 

Chris D'Alfonso 

Managing Editor 
John Cahill 



News Editor Fea tares Editor Sports Editor 

Crystal Coleman Robert Moffett Scott Peeler 



Assistant Sports Editor Assistant Features Editor 

Joseph Gannon Sandra Halpern 

Contributors 
Tom Booth Betsy Cook Dan Hammond 
Paul Manzo Mary Beth Nuccio Liz Stewart 
JeanGudaitis 



House Advisors 
Mr. George Weiler 

Mr. David Smith 
Ms. Margie Wolozin 



Business Manager 

Mrs. Beth Uhring 
Coordina ting Advisor 
Mr. Paul Krueger 



Front: C. D'Alphonso. Back: S. Halpern, R. Moffett, C. Coleman, J. Cahill, Mr. 
Krueger. 





With a staff of over 2 dozen under 
the supervision of Editor Miriam Zoll, 
Aegis publishes a winter and a spring 
issue, trying to show a wide range of 
topics and styles of student writers. 
Among the diverse contents of the 
magazine are stories, plays, cartoon 
strips, poems, songs, and some very 
impressive art work. 



61 



MATH TEAM 



Unlike other teams that use their 
bodies, the math team uses it's minds. 
Once a week you can find a group of 
energetic individuals preparing them- 
selves for the monthly math meet. With 
the guidance of their advisor, Mr. Mer- 
riman, the team has had a fairly suc- 
cessful year. The math team has im- 
proved somewhat over the previous 
year and plan to work together to 
make next year an even more success- 
ful year. 




Front Row: R. Parks. Second Row: R. Nelson, M. Cappagnolo, C. Coleman, D. Carito, A. Toroyan. 
Back Row: M. Ushakoff, K. Kyrazis, B. Pashogian, V. Bowers. 




CHESS CLUB 



If you walk past C-106 one day and 
hear people calling "check," you have 
not found a new restaurant, you have 
stumbled upon the Chess Club. This 
year the Chess Club has been very 
small, with only about eight active 
members. The club has been dormant 
for a couple of months as the regulars 
were busy with other activities, but 
when they do meet, members play 
against each other to improve their 
skill. Probably, none of these players 
will ever play chess professionally but 
will always enjoy it as a hobby. 

Chess, according to advisor Mr. 
Stone, is not very hard to learn but 
takes work to become skillful at. Pro- 
fessional chess players dedicate their 
entire lives to bettering their game. 
They eat, sleep, and think chess. Many 
pro chess players travel thousands of 
miles to play Russians with unpro- 
nounceable names. 



So if chess is your game, pop into 
C-106 and join others who enjoy 
chess. 



U.F.P. 



U.F.P. 

United Federation of Planets 



Formed in the year 2087, The United 
Federation of Planets has become one 
of the most important alliances man 
and his celestial neighbors has ever 
known. In his historic opening ad- 
dress, Secretary General Harmon 
Axelrod praised the alliance as it 
brought together the citizens of Earth, 
Vulcan, Tellor, Andor, Rigel and Alpha 
Centuri. The goal of the U.F.P. is to 
help planets develop, while retaining 
their sovereignity, and explore space 

. . "the final frontier." 

It is hoped that any problems that 
arise can quickly be solved by the 
Federation Council. 





D.E.C.A. 



Lifesavers, Velamints, Spree, Men- 
tos — you name it, and if it comes in a 
roll, the School Store has got it. And to 
burn off all those unwanted calories 
from the candy, there are sweatsuits 
and t-shirts. Actually, almost anything 
you may want or need during the 
school day is available at the School 
Store. 

This store is run by some very able 
bodied people who are members of 
DECA — the Distributive Education 
Clubs of America. Our DECA club had 
a very successful and profitable year 
again, winning numerous awards for 
their efforts. Cindy Modugno topped 
the list of awards with her second 
place finish in Apparel and Acces- 
sories. Also, Lance Goodwin placed 
third, and Caria Pace placed fifth in 
Food Service. Renee Chouinard and 
Lisa Glidden both received sixth place 
in Apparel and Accessories. Compet- 
ing in advertising services was Beth 
Call. Donna Church competed in Food 
Marketing and Ann Funnelli in food 
Service. 





64 



HUMANITIES 



Question: What looks like a class, 
sounds like a class, is 
graded like a class, but 
isn't your everyday run- 
of-the-mill class? 
Answer: Humanities 

Open only to seniors, this course of- 
fers students the opportunity to break 
away from the strict form of instruc- 
tion they have grown used to. Instead 
the student is presented with courses 
that cover almost everything from re- 
naissance art to the controversy of nu- 
clear power and much, much more. 

However the most popular item of- 
fered in humanities is the weekly large 
group instruction in the auditorium. 
Here students have met with Jim Ni- 
han, an excellant folk guitarist- 
songwriter, and several other musi- 
cians including the jazz ensemble A 
Patch of Blue. Among other guests 
was a seaside painter whose philoso- 
phy on life and living is as interesting 
as watching him paint, and Ms. Sonia 
Weitz, a survivor of the Holocaust, 
whose story was as gripping as any 
told all year. 

Underclassmen, do yourselves a 
favor. When and if your senior year 
rolls around, TAKE HUMANITIES! 




PHILOSOPHY CLUB 




What is reality? 

"Perspective — use it or lose it. If you 
turned to this page, you're forgetting 
that what is going on around you is not 
reality. Think about that." — Richard 
Bach In Illusions 



What is life? 

'Life is existance, the basis for reality. 
It is for you to shape and mold in a 
manner which suits you. — Moriah 
Thompson in Copper Hills. 



68 



The French Club, led by Pres. Robin sors Mr. Murray and Mrs. Mirra helpful 
Lester, also meets monthly at different in increasing their understanding of 
member's homes. Members find advi- the French culture. 



SPANISH CLUB 



The Spanish Club provides students 
the chance to further their knowledge 
in Spanish. The group meets monthly 
at different member's houses. The 
club is led by Pres. Kim O'Gorman and 
advisors Mrs. Witwicki and Mrs. Smith. 




69 



AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 




By JOHN CAHILL 

The French exchange stu- 
dents have left for home. 
They have been gone for a 
week now. yet perhaps you 
are now wondering what im- 
pressed them the most about 
Beverly. 

Before the students and 
teachers left, we tried to get 
a sampling of their views of 
Beverly and the American 
way of life. 

When asked what im- 
pressed them the most about 
America, Eric Aubry. a sen- 
ior at Lycee Pablo Picasso 
stated, "I like the friendship 
among the young people." 

Mme. Francoise Terrier, 
the English teacher in 
charge of the French end of 
the exchange, described the 
American people as "warm 
and friendlv." She feels the 

Franco-American Partner- 
ship Program is a good op- 
portunity to "see the Ameri- 
can way of life from the in- 
side." 

Many of the students inter- 
viewed noticed a great dif- 
ference between the social 
life in America and in 
France. Olivier Baglin de- 
scribed the social life here 
as "more developed" than in 
France. Others echoed the 
same observation, but some 
noticed that Americans were 
"less open among one an- 
other." 

Every one of the French 
students was amazed at the 
low price of many retail 
goods here, as compared to 
France. A pair of pants that 
may cost $15 here in Amer- 
ica may sell for as much as 
$40 in France, relates Jean- 
Pierre Robin. 

Eric Aubry also thinks 
that the cars here are "too 
big and wasteful" of gaso- 
line. Many other students 
were amazed at how many 
Beverlyites relied on the au- 
tomobile, as compared to 
Fonteney-sous-bois. where a 
clean and efficient subway 
system, "the metro." makes 
auto travel less necessary. 

Several students also re- 
marked about the size of. 
and distance between 
nouses, and the fact that 
most of the houses that they 
itayed in were one-family 
jwellings. In the suburb of 
Paris from whence they 
:ome. most people live in 
lats - small apartment 
buildings. 



By BOB MOFFETT 

This year Beverly High 
School has enrolled a ntv, 
student under the Alt House 
roof, which, of course, is not 
so unusual. Or is it? 

The new student is Sergio 
Garcia, an exchange student 
from Colombia, studying 
here through the Youth for 
Understanding program. 
Sergio will be spending a full 
six months here, with his 
foster parent. Ms. Sally Chi- 
sholm of 22 Lake Shore Ave. 

Sergio is currently en- 
rolled as a senior in homer- 
oom A-212 and has taken up 
courses in Calculus, Ameri- 
can History, British Heri- 
tage, and Advanced Biology. 
Also, he was required to 
take physical education, 
which he finds to be quite 
different from gym in Co- 
lombia. 

Sergio likes the new field 
house facilities and enjoys 
gym, though he does not un- 
derstand all of the games 
played here. In Colombia, 
Physical Education is only a 
strict exercise program, 
without the many sports we 
include in our program. 

Sergio's life at home, in 
the city of Bucaramanga. is 
also very different from the 
life which he is experiencing 
here in Beverly. 

The first change Sergio 
had to face was the weather, 
and because of the extreme 
differrences in climate. Ser- 
gio had been home sick from 
school for a number of days. 

He also explained that life 
is much busier here than in 
his city, as he is faced with 
the challenge of keeping up 
with our fast moving life 
style. It appears quite 
strange to him to see so 
many Beverly High School 
students rushing through the 
halls as they hurry to their 
respective classes. 

Sergio cannot drive here 
in the U.S., since the law will 
not allow a non-citizen to ob- 
tain a license, he also ex- 
plains that the age limit for 
obtaining a license in Colom- 
bia is 18. 

There is no drinking age in 
Colombia, and Sergio 
claimed that it causes no 



Exchange 



problems, stating that. "If 
you drink, it is a problem for 
you, not for the state." 

Sergio enjoyed seeing the 
ocean, since his city. Bucar- 
amanga, is not on the coast. 
However, he claims that the 
shorelines of Colombia are 
much cleaner than those of 
Beverly and its surrounding 
ports. 



Sergio would like to study 
Industrial Engineering at 
one of Colombia's industrial 
universities. He pointed out 
that Colombia has verv few 
colleges and universities, 
thus one must pass an exa- 
mination in order to gain ad- 
mission. Sergio has taken 
the exam twice, passing the 
second time, admitting him 




He also enjoys American 
television - one of his favor- 
ite programs being "Bar- 
naby Jones." He has 
watchsd many televised 
sports games, saying that he 
cannot understand football, 
and has never seen or heard 
of hockey. 

Sergio has tried ice skat- 
ing, and though it is difficult 
for him, he does enjoy it. He 
has not done any swimming 
here, although he did find a 
visit to the Beverly 
Y.M.C.A. very interesting. 

In Bucaramanga, Sergio 
attended San Pedro Claver. 
(San Pedro High School) 
where he had taken five 
years of English. The school 
system there is quite differ- 
ent from our own. in that a 
student's courses are stan- 
dard for everyone, and they 
do not elect the courses they 
wish to take. But perhaps 
even stranger to us is that 
the school day begins at se- 
ven, stops for a break at 
11:45, when the students 
may go home for lunch, re- 
suming at 3:00, and closing 
finally at 4:00. 



to the university without tui- 
tion, since his father is a 
retired chemistry professor 
from that same school. 

Sergio has two sisters, and 
a brother, Jaime Hernando, 
who had been an exchange 
student in California in 1978. 
and had been with Sergio in 
Florida in 1976 for .Ameri- 
ca's bicentennial celebra- 
tion. 

Sergio feels that his jour- 
ney to this country has been, 
and will remain, a very im- 
portant experience in his 
life, as he tells us that his 
stay here has taught him a 
great deal, and perhaps we 
too. have learned a great 
deal from him. 

Courtesy of 
The Ledger 



71 




This year the Krueger clan including 
authors Melissa Davico, Bob Heller, 
Valerie Hogan, Cathy Tamilio and Jean 
Spiridigliozzi, under the meticulous 
direction of Mr. Krueger; presented 
the Heartwarming musical-comedy, 
"Hey Hamlet!" 

The receptive audiences were 
charmed right out of their seats by the 
charismatic Tom Lawrence as the 
tragic hero; boomed to the back of the 
theatre by the powerful voice of 
Bethany Karlan as the Queen, and de- 
lighted by the off-the-wall antics of 
Steve Loespenato as the somewhat 
sissified Osric. 

"Hey Hamlet" was beyond doubt, a 
smashing success and a credit to it's 
creative writers. 





Front Row; M. Besse, A. LeBlanc, G. Morris, J. Gawron, M. Nuccio. Back Row: P. Messiah, G. Migneault, A. Roczek, M. Hildebrand, N. Fong. 



74 



N.H.S. 



N.H.S. — no, not Newton High 
School, but National Honor Society. 

Approximately 25 students are cho- 
sen to become members of this group 
of scholastic achievers. The require- 
ment is that a 3.6 average (B +) or bet- 
ter must be maintained throughout 
their high school career. If a 3.8 aver- 
age, or better, is maintained, an hon- 
or's blazer is awarded. 

Scholarships are awarded yearly on 
a national level, and only two members 
out of each school are eligible. This 
year, Beverly is represented by Chris 
□'Alfonso and Devin Buckley. 

Annual activities include a Carna- 
tion Day on Valentine's Day, and an 
Honor's Banquet. 

The officers are: Carol Lucet, presi- 
dent; Jill Levy, vice-president; Sue 
Nardella, treasurer; and Janis Melan- 
son, secretary. 



Carol Lucet, Pres; Janice Melanson, sec; Sue Nardella, treas.; Jill Levy, V. pres. 




Front Row; C. D'Alfonso, J. Levy, T, Lawrence, A. Florini, A. Wilbur, S. Nardella, J. Gawron. Second Row: Miss Poirier, M. Ushakoff, D. Stanton, R. 
Hemenway, J. Melanson, C. Lucet, D. Douglas, A. Toroyan, L. Papendreou. Third Row: S. Peeler, V. Watson, C. Andersen, A. Faust, M. Abate, B. 
Bouchard, Mr. Mahoney. Back Row: J. Crowell, D. Buckley, B. Salley, D. Kline, R. McGurn. 




AIDES 



Try to imagine what would happen if 
this school was run without any of our 
various aides. Students and teachers 
would starve, teachers wouldn't be 
able to put their classes to sleep with 
boring films, chem. labs would blow 
up, bio-students would dissect them- 
selves, and many a sick student would 
succumb to death. These aides take 
their free time and devote it to the as- 
assistance of their fellow students. To 
these people, the student body and 
faculty owe a great deal of gratitude. 




77 




SPIRIT WEEK 




This year Spirit Week started off in 
high-gear, due to the success of our 
football team. Activities such as Hat 
Day, Carnation Day, Tag Day and Spirit 
Day set the trend for an uplifting in 
school spirit. This trend (continued 
out of school by the victory of our 
Powderpuff team over Salem's, the 
Bonfire and the Pancake breakfast) in- 
spired our football team to play one of 
their best games of the season. This 
year's Spirit Week was one of the most 
effective ever. Hopefully, it will be- 
come a tradition at B.H.S. 





MARCHING BAND 



Well if you haven't heard by now 
(and if you haven't heard you weren't 
listening) the Panther Marching Band 
returned from the Boston College 
Marching Band Competition 1st place 
(that's right, 1st place) winners! And to 
beat that, the Beverly High School 
Panther Marching Band was on na- 
tional television for twelve minutes. 
This however was just the climax to an 
always high spirited season. 

Crowds all season long we're 
brought to their feet by extravagant 
productions of such arrangements as: 
"MacArthur Park;" and "What I Did for 
Love." It has been an eventful season 
for all, and one that will not soon be 
forgotten. 






80 





81 



BAND 



After finishing their fall season with 
a fantastic performance (sonne of 
which was seen on national, that's 
right, national T.V.) that resulted in 
their winning first place at the B.C. 
Marching Band Competition in No- 
vember, the concert band began their 
season with the annual Winter Con- 
cert. The Pops Concert, which filled 
the cafeteria too capacity, was one of 
several efforts to raise funds for their 
exchange trip to West Virginia this 
spring. 

The Band Officers are: Allyn Florini, 
Pres.; Valerie Watson, V.P.; Allison 
Davis, Sec; and Julie O'Rourke, Treas. 






82 



CHORALE 



The Chorale group is having yet 
another successful year giving won- 
derful performances to all those who 
had the pleasure of viewing and listen- 
ing to them. Under the direction of Mr. 
Lynn, the chorus has worked long 
hours perfecting their style. The 
chorus has already given their first big 
performance, namely the Winter Con- 
cert. All who viewed, said that the 
group has never done better and all 
who participated should be com- 
mended. With the Winter Concert 
over, and the competition at Westfield 
State College almost here, the chorus 
is anxiously awaiting the exchange 
trip to Belmore, Long Island this com- 
ing May. 




83 





84 




85 



STUDENT 
COUNCIL 




Front Row: E. Howard, J. Crowell, B. Yescalis, C. McGuire. Second Row: B. Cook, B. Morrisey, J. Leclair, P. Detronzio, G. Gomes, P. Balandard, J. 
Martin. Back Row: E.Mooney, G. Shea, J. William, K. Wilkinson, P. Sudak, S. Peeler, R. Chmiel. 



STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD 




Scott Maxner, Linda Martin, Elaine Howard, Ross McGurn; Not Pictured — Gregory Shea. 

86 



CLAUDE H. PATTEN 




BUCKLEY HOUSE 




Housemaster — Mrs. Ann Schack 
Counselors — Mr. Demo Agganis 

Mr. Sherriff 
Secretary — Mrs. Rita Cashman 

This year we have two new faces work- 
ing in the office. With the retirement of 
Mr. Preston, the need for a new leader 
arose. After great consideration by the 
School Committee the first woman 
House Master in Beverly was chosen. 
Mrs. Schack has taken on her new re- 
sponsibilities with great enthusiasm. 

The other addition to the office is Ms. 
Nelson's replacement, Mr. Sheriff, who 
is a great asset to the high school since 
he has worked in Briscoe's Guidance 
Dept. He therefore knows many students 
backgrounds, needs, and future plans 
already. 





89 



BROWN HOUSE 




ALT HOUSE 





BULLETIN 6 02x10" Tuesday December 17, 1066 

Detention: Alt — Mr. Kendrick Brown — Mr. Linehan Buckley — Salvador Dali 

The Business Education Department has schedules the shorthand pre-test for Thursday, period four. Students involved will be primarily sophomores and 
luniors currently enrolled in typewriting classes. E. Lambertson 

There will be a Social Studies Evaluation meeting today in Rm. C-106. Please go over final evaluations prior to the meeting. 

This week the Lower Level will be serving Clam-Corn chowder, Grilled cheese sandwiches on wheat bread, mint swirl brownies, and coffee, tea or milk; 
which ever blows up your dress. They will be serving 2nd and 3rd lunches. Please make reservations in G-102 with Mrs. Ludwig. 
Notice to Students 

Athletic Events Hockey-Varsity — vs. Penn State. 8:00 Wheelock Arena Slate College Pennsylvania (bus transportation available); Indoor Girls track at 
Danvers 1 1 00 P M 

Anyone interested in joining the Beverly High School Baton and Pantherette Squads for the 1980 football season, please meet for a short meeting in front 
of the auditorium This is a sign up only. Try outs will be held next spring or whenever were good and ready. 

There will be a mandatory meeting in Rm B-207 today after school for all senior students going on the trip to Zimbabwe Rodesia. If you owe any money or 
permission slips, bring them to the meeting. 

Valentine s Day will be carnation day at B H.S. There are three choices available; White for interested. Pink for friend. Red for Lust, Off White for I'm not 

exactly sure but for you I'll try anything. Azure Blue for not tonight, I've got a headache. Fire Engine red for downright Carnal Desire, Yellow for why did the 

chicken cross the road. Purple for Beth Marcos, and many, many more . . . Order now! 

The Intramural Sex team is meeting today at the Park St. Hotel at 2:30. All members are asked to attend. 

NOTICE TO TEACHERS: Please do not read that last announcement. 

For those of you who really care, there will be a meeting of the Apathy Club today at oh forget it. 

The proscrastinating club will meet today in room A- 121, well let's make next Thursday in, . . . Well better yet why don't we say two weeks from today in 
A-212 Than how about if we just forget about for the time being and . . . 

All members of The Ledger staff must attend a meeting today in C-210. A lecture will be given by Hank Hick of the Copper Hills Sun Times entitled "What ■ 
makes a fair reporter " 



92 




BULLETIN #1284 Stardate 8003.02 

NOTICE TO TEACHERS: 

Detention; Alt — Hugh Manitees Brown — Jim Nasium Buckley — C,B. DeMille 

For the present at least (for those who care anyway) there will not be a time set aside for voluntary prayer at the start of the day F, 

Mr. Tanous, Mrs Danilson. f^^r Agganis, Mr. Sheriff, Mr. Barry, Mr. Campbell, Mr, Afrow, Mr Rourke, Tattoo. Captain Stubing, Mr. Holmes, Dr Watson, 

Batman, Robin, Yogi, Boo-Boo, Fred and Barney, Abbott, CosteMo, Laurel and Hardy, please return as soon as possible specifics in regard to these days of 

portions thereof on which those students for whom you serve as co-ordinator are scheduled for instruction at this school. 

There will be a social studies evaluation meeting Wednesday in Rm. C-106. Please go over final evaluations prior to the meeting. 

From time to time teachers are coming to the Central office to use the Copier Machine. This should not be a general practice but reserved only for 

emergency purposes Violators will be shot on sight. 

From now on, teachers who try to run a "tab" in the student lunch line will face repossession of their homes, cars, spuces, offspring, cats, dogs, and/or 
toothbrush. 

The Educational Media Services Subcommittee meeting will be held at 2:15 in the library on Wednesday. Teachers, the library is located at the bottom of 
either staircase at either entrance to Jcorridor 
NOTICE TO STUDENTS: 

Students attending the Model U N. at Salem, New Hampshire report to B-112 at 2 o'clock today. The main issue to be discussed today will be the 
consideration of whether the food is here or to go 

Attention Spanish Club members: There will be a very important meeting today to choose whoever goes to Pamplona to face the running of the Bulls. 
There will be a meeting of the Sr class play reading committee on Wednesday. "Oh Calcutta;" is RIGHT OUT! 

Hello Dolly can desperately use about eight (23) dependable people to work stage crew. See Mr Lynn pretty please with sugar on top right away 
Seniors: The Senior class executive board meeting will meet today Be sure all members bring their four-handled granistans 

Babysitting Job Available — Responsible person wanted to baby sit 8- month old, 400 pound, green fanged red eyed monster Monday-Thursday 3-6 p.m 
$2.00 if you can stand the little monster. 

Menu; Tuna Surprise (no Tuna. Surprise!) Grilled Cheese Bricks, and Fried Octopus on a stick. 



93 






BULLETIN #12V2 v'^'^^H^ — MARCH 15, 560 B.C. 

NOTICES TO TEACHERS: -^'T^ 

Detention: Alt — Mr. Weiler Brown — Miss Slaugenhoup Buckley — Hugo Slavia 
The guidance program scheduled for Monday. March 20. is a multi-media extravaganza which is combineSS^iN^iHIf'BSSional actor to present a live 
35-minute show All sophomore classes meeting during period 3 are invited to attend. The teachers of classes made up of students in grades 1 1 and 12 are 
also invited to take their students up to the capacity of the auditorium The is not the usual run-of-the-miti type of guidance program. It should prove to be 
not only helpful to students who have not yet made a career choice but also entertaining in the method of its presentation. Teachers of classes who are 
interested in attending should indicate their intentions to Mr. Tanous. There is still room for additional classes and we invite you to attend. F. 
The Guidance program for iuniors regarding the Scholarship Aptitude Test scheduled for Monday during period 6 will be on Tuesday during period 4. F. 
NOTICE TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS 

Beverly is playing Woburn in the boys basketball tournament on Monday in Reading at 7:00. A rally will be held at the end of the day on Monday, Periods 6 
and 7 will be shortened Students will report directly to the field house from their period seven class Period 6 will end at 1:00, period 7, at 1 :35. Student 
transportation will be provided. Tickets will be sold by the cheerleaders in the cafeteria today through monday. Payment of the fare of $1.50 will indicate the 
seriousness of your need for transportation Buses will be chartered on Monday on the basis of those who have paid, not those who have registered. F. 
NOTICE TO STUDENTS: 

Seniors: The AF of L Labor Examination will be conducted April 9, 1980. This year more than $40,000 in Scholarship Aid will be awarded in Massachusetts. 
If you are interested leave your name in the Social Science Office No later than March 19th. 

There will be a representatrve from the Union of Flightless Birds local 683 in the high school today during sixth period. He will be discussing the movement 
to promote penguin adoption in America- 
There will be a mandatory meeting of the Main Student Council today after school in room 8-112. 

The official start of Spring Interscholastic sports practice starts March 10, 1980. Among the sports available; Tennis, Lacrosse, Grouse pinching, train 
spotting, cadaver diving, and needlepoint 

Due to lack of interest, the 1980 Beverlega has been cancelled. , y 

Due to lack of interest, the last announcement should be ignored ^ ^-^.^-^ y 






Mr. Steedman 
Mr. Tarr 
Mr. Tate 



Mr. Tierney 






Mr. Wagner 
Mr. Welch 
Mr. Young 




Exador 

brpose to finish up evaluation. F. Ham! 




Before Yesterday 



BULLETIN #-3.' 

Detention: Alt — Mork BrbvJnl-|-) K)(ihdy Buckley^ 
Social Studies Department meeting today in C-106.^ 

NOTICES TO TEACHERS: ^ 
A limited supply of $2 50 discount coupons for ttie May 13th-June 8th "A Chorus Line" engagement at Boston's Shubert Theater'are Available from Mr. 
Mahoney in Room C-111. With the discount coupon the lop ticket is $20.00 and the bottom is $9.50 

Any teacher who feels one of his or her students is ready (or advanced placement in the U.S C. Medical School should contact the Wizard of Oz. The proper 
forms can be had in any house office, hov^ever they must be filled out and returned to the Emerald City no later than yesterday. 
The Educational Media Services Subcommittee meeting will be held at 2:15 in the library on Monday. February 32. 1926. 

Social Science Teachers. Thank you for your help to date on the evaluation Please remember to submit the following by the end of the day on Friday: (1) 
grade summaries (2) schedule and enrollment (3) curriculum project response. Mr. Maccarone 

Teachers of students who have failed semester courses or of those seniors who have failed two quarters of a full-year course should submit a deficiancy 
report to the House Office as soon as this is known but not later than Friday. 

Parents and students participating in this years French exchange, there will be an important meeting on Monday. February 4. at 7:00 p.m. in Room G-104. 
Last minute details on the arrival of French students will be discussed. The exact time of arrival is known for sure. It is a long swim from Bordeaux, but it is 
believed that the students will beach themselves somewhere between Dane Street Beach and Jubilee Yacht Club. Keep a sharp eye out, huh!? 
NOTICE TO STUDENTS: 

The behavior of our students at athletic functions has always been exemplary and above reproach (v^ell maybe except for that nasty little incident at Lynn 
Classical with the collar and bullwhip, but the police never went through with the charges) and has reflected favorably (relatively anyway) on the school 
... We are hopeful that, while attending school sponsored athletic events, students will be enthusiastic and supportive but not offensive or antagonistic. 
We expect that you show respect for the players from both teams, the officials, and other spectators. Any one caught mistreating the opposition in any way 
(if there's anbody watching) will have there subscription to Chiken Fighter's Monthly cancelled. 
Menu: Crunchy Frog, cocktpachxiuster. mud pies, a volume of Chaucer and Milk. 



95 



ENGLISH 
Ms. Coughlin 
Mr. Flanders 
Ms. Harriman 



Mr. Kinnaly 
Mr. Krueger 
Ms. MacLeod 



Mr. Mahoney 
Mr. Patch 
Ms. Poirier 




BULLETIN #2001 Stardate 8003.04 

NOTICE TO TEACHERS: 

Detention; Alt — Mr. Hasbeen Brown — Mr. Shouldbe Buckley — Mr. Wasn't 

Teachers of students who have failed semester courses or of those seniors who have failed two quarters of a full-year course should submit a deficiency 
report to the House Office as soon as this is known but no later than Firday 

All classes are to meet according to the schedule provided even if tests have already been taken by the classes. Supervisory assignments should be fulfilled 
during the scheduled time even if this involves a double period. Please help to enable us to operate as smoothly as usual during this examination period. 
Do not dismiss your classes to the cafeteria or the library under penalty of death. 

Some members of the staff borrowed sections reports from the self-evaluation of 1970. Please return them when you have finished with them. There is no 
urgency in this request. We want them available to you for purposes of comparison as long as you believe that you have a need for them. If not get them 
back straight away. Or else. 

The Lower Level will be serving lunch during 2nd and 3rd lunch on Thursday. Please make reservations with either Mrs. Ludwig or the Maitre D in G-102. 
Our menu this week includes: Baklavah, Pizza in a cup, potato chips (bar-b-que or sour cream and onion), still more White Hall Chocolate roll, Coffee, tea, 
orange juice, (no pits) and duplicating machine ink. 
NOTICE TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS: 

There is absolutely nothing related to "Hey Hamlet " going on this week. However next week there will be a ten (84) week anniversary of all cast members 
and a few of the cute chorus girls. 
NOTICE TO STUDENTS: 

Students plannmg on taking the CEEB tests on Saturday should be here at 8:00 and should have a positive I.D., a bottle of scotch, and a supply of #2. 
Any student interested in volunteering for riot control at the Beverly-Lynn Classical Grouse pinching tournament, please see Mr. Smith in C-308. 
The undefeated boys track team, not to be confused with the defeated boys track team will play Gloucester in the parking lot at 4:30 this Thursday. 
An error has been made on scheduling: The boys frisbee team will not be playing Swampscott as previously announced. They will in fact be playing 
Swampscott. 

Seniors: Many seniors have still not paid any of their class dues. Come on. Get on the stick you jerks. If you idiots don't pay up, you'll be graduating in the 
raw. Just pay a few dollars a week, or weeBreaka you legs. 



96 




BULLETIN #2745878256488475087-6 April 23, 1664 

NOTICE TO TEACHERS: 

Detention: Alt — Admiral Nimitz Brown — General Patton Buckley — Ensign Pulver 

If you missed our Beef Stew with a Hot Biscuit yesterday, the Lower level will be happy to serve you a bowl of stew today. Servings are limited so call ahead 
to reserve one. Send $2.00 to TV-25 Box 410 Worcestershire Mass., 01915. 

There will be a meeting of the Glokenspiel instructors with Mr. Fortunate on Thursday in Room A-107. All are invited, except for those of you who insist on 
parting your hair on the right side of your head. HOLY MOLY that bothers me. 

Now come on. This is getting to be just a bit much. I don't know how many times I've asked you politely, but no more Mr. Niceguy. If I catch one more 
teacher coming into my office to use my copier machine, I'm gonna break your back. F. 

Don Shimoda. the reluctant messiah, will be in the auditorium today to give an oration on saving the world, and will follow with a slide show and than do a 
few stunts in his trusty biplane in the students parking lot. Come one come all, it will be a boss time. 
NOTICE TO STUDENTS: 

There will be a meeting of the Main Student Council today during periods 2-7 in B-1 1 2. Attendance is mandatory. Well not mandatory, but you should come. 
Well that is to say it would be deeply appreciated if you would come . . . 

Students going on the Close-Up trip to Washington should report to B-1 12 at 2:00 on Thursday to learn all the new hand jive. 

Students attending the Model U.N. at Salem, N.H., report to B-1 12 (again with B-1 12) at 2:00 today. Todays topic What's All This Trash About The Panama 
Canal Anyway? 

Athletic Events: Basketball — Boys — at Lynn English (r/6:30; Basketball — Boys — at Saugus ((i7:00; Basketball — Boys — at Winthrop (ri7:30; Basketball 
— Boys — at Hollywood High fa8:30 our time. Busy day ahead of you boys, we're behind you 84%. 

Astronomy Club Members — Permission slips for the trip to Venus must be in no later than Friday. Mr Silverstein just got word this morning that the club 
will be traveling to the forbidden planet via the starship U.S.S. Enterprise And man alive, with Jim Kirk at the helm, your in for a ride. 
There will be a meeting of the Alt house council today in C-207. All members must attend. 

Lost: A bowl of vanilla ice cream. Was a white lumpy mass, but now it's sort of yellow and runny. If found please return to Mam Office, they haven't had a 
bite up there in weeks. 



97 




LANGUAGES 
Mr. Deriderian 
Mr. Kent 
Ms. Mirra 





Mr. Santa Maria 
Ms. Smith 
Ms. Wagner 





BULLETIN #102 _^j^|f^ L3#$!=^ Si^NTuesday. February 12. 1980 

NOTICE TO TEACHERS: 

Detention; Alt — Ms. Dauber Brown — Mr. Patch Buckley — Ms. Poirier 

A guidance program known as The Career Game" has been tentatively scheduled tor Beverly 14(1^ school on MdMlfiy*; W^rt ft during Period 3. The 
program is devoted to helping young people choose a career. Please be thinking about this program so that you may volunteer to take your class when a 
plan lor registration has been developed. F, 
NOTICE TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS: 

During Period 6 on Wednesday it has been necessary to schedule the photographing of the lollowing students of the Yearbook: Chess Team a 12:55; Math 
Team ,i 12:45; Outing Club (n 12:50; Jr. Class Executive Board fit 2:40; Soph. Class Executive Board (<i 1:00; Spanish Club « 1 05: Student Advisory Board 
(« 1 10 Mr Kappotis Report to Room C-207 The Boston Globes left at the Main Office every morning are not for personal use They are for special English 
classed only and are purchased with appropriated funds from the 1979-1980 school budget. 
NOTICES TO STUDENTS: 

There will tse an important meeting of the Photography Club on Wednesday at 2:15 in Room C-104. A yearbook picture will be taked and a slide show on 
"Better pictures with Existing Light" will be shown. News of the photography contest will be discussed. All members are urged to be present promptly at 
2 15. 

Hungry'' Win a pizza from Capri Restaurant if you win one of our prizes for the Stefanie Lovasco Art Club Scholarship raffle. 

Basketball — First Place''' — That's right i The Basketball Team can gain first place tonight with a victory over undefeated Lynn Classical. Once again, it's 
time to show your support and enthusiasm. Junior Varsity game is at 5:30 — Varsity game at 7:00. GET there early it's the number one game on the North 
Shore'! 

Hello Dolly can desperately use about eight (8) dependable people to work stage crew. See Mr. Lynn PLEASE right away. 

Join the Music Team Subject sigh-ups for next year begin soon Get a music course into your program and get a chance to become a member of a winning 
organization 

Athletic Events Basketball — Girls — at Lynn Classical. Wrestling — Winchester — fa 3:30 

There will be a meeting of the Sr. Class Play — reading Committee on Wednesday at 2:10 in B-108. Please bring all scripts 

The Grouse Pinching Club will be meeting today in B-1 13 at 2:15 Attendance is mandatory, the club representative for the exchange trip to Uruguay will be 
chosen / 
The Senior class executive board will meet today to take a final vote on the proposed import and sale of 500 kangaroos. — . / 



// \ll A \ / 



98 




Ms. Witwicki 
MATH 

Mr. Bamberger 
Mr. Burns 




Mr. Lindsay 




Mr. MacDonald 
Ms. Meyer 
Ms. Mital 




BULLETIN #-1222 ~ "^^iV^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^f^t/KS^BSSS^V^I^yV.'^'^^'^^y' 

NOTICES TO TEACHR1S: 

Detention: Alt — Ms Gauthier Brown — Mr. Goodwrench Buckley — Mr. Silverstein 

The Professional Improvement Committee (PIC) ot the Beverly Public Schools will be meeting MaTWFTl, 1980. Please submit your request prior to the 
meeting. Remember such requests must be signed by Dr. Fisher. If you have any questions contact the high llama of Tibet. 

The BHS Concartquire will be participating in the Massachusetts ACDA Small Ensemble Festival at Westfield State College this Friday. Quire members will 
miss periods three through seven. Lists of students will be placed in house offices. 

On Thursday, March 6, the Lower Leverl will be serving lunch during first and second lunch Our menu will include: Club Chil^en Casserole, Sweet Corn 
Bread, Greens and Tomato Salad, Cut Glass Gelatin (watch out for splinters), and Beverages, ($2 00) Please make your reservations (our months in 
advance in G-102 with Mrs Ludwig Thank you 

Senior Homeroom Teachers: The Senior Class will form has been distributed to all senior homerooms. Please have your students complete them, have 
them notarized, and returned to Rm. G-213 by March 28. Thank you 
NOTICE TO STUDENTS: 

A guidance program for juniors regarding the Scholastic Aptitude test will be held today during period 4. Please report directly to the auditorium at the end 
of period three. 

Coaches and players: There will be a Spring Interscholastic Sport Team meeting in the field house iii2:15 today Phasers must be set on stun. 
Join the music team. Subiect sign-ups for next year begin soon. Get a music course into your program and get a chance to become a member of a winning 
organization. Musical instruction is available on the following instruments: Guitar, tuba, steam radiator, mimeograph machines, typewriters, saxophones, 
Saxons, Brittons, Czechs, cash, Normans, flutes, chutes, boots, fruits, and belt sandars. 

Attention all seniors: Aristotle will be in the auditorium tomorrow during 1st and 2nd period to discuss the trials and tribulations of reincarnation into the 
twentieth century. It is a real trip you won't want to miss. Be there, aloha 

Athletic Events: Basketball — Girls — at Lynn Classical: Wrestling — Winchester 3:30; There will be a meeting of the Senior Class play reading Committee 
on Sunday (no never on a Sunday) all right then Monday, December 7, 1941 . Bring all scripts. We've decided that there is not going to be any Senior Class 
play. For that matter, there's not going to be any Senior Class. 
Menu: Baked stuffed filet of NIIm, boiled sweatsox, typewriter ribbon, and milk. 

^■"^^ ^i' /<S^ 



99 





BULLETIN #K= 12(2/3) April 23, 1616 

NOTICES TO TEACHERS: 

Detention: Alt — Mr. Kappotis Brown — Mr. Kappotis Buckley — Mr Kappotis 

Anyone who has signed up with Mr Batchelder or Ms. Hart to work on the senior class spaghetti breakfast must attend the organizational meeting 
tomorrow in B-1 12. Bring a friend, it will be loads of fun. 

Any teacher, administrator, councelor, or nurse, who, in his or her professional capacity have reasonable cause to believe that a child under the age of 
eighteen (98) years of age of age of age of age is suffering from a serious physical or emotional injury resulting from an unfortunate fall down the stairs 
shall immediately report such conditions. 

We have been asked to make April 73 the last day for the referral of students for core evaluations. , 
Now look you guys, this is your last chance. We're down here in The Lower Level bustin' our humps trying to turn out a delicious meal, and you creeps 
insist on gomg to that stupid cafeteria or even worse, you bring your own lunches How cheap can you get. Friday will be the last day you can get a decent 
meal at the Lower Level. Our menu today includes: Cow pies, buffalo chips, road apples and milk. 

Social studies Department meeting today in C-10102030405. Purpose is to reiterate, intereiate, juxtapose, and thereby contemplate thus philosophising 
whether or not these Departmental meetings are really worth while. 
NOTICES TO STUDENTS: 

Last day to donate to our Art Club raffle! Will you be the one to win a bouquet of flowers from Barter Bros.? Or a sploch of mud in the face, or a kick in the 
teeth or a punch in the throat, or ice down your back, or . . . 

Athletic Events Hockey-Varsity — vs. Saugus (ii7:30 o'clock — Beverly Ice Arena; J.B. Grouse Pinching vs. — The Doobie Brothers at Hollywood Bowl. 
Good Luck boys. 

Humanities students are reminded that the large group instruction will be this Friday instead of this Friday. The guest speaker this week is a representative 
from the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant Please be nicer to him than you all were to the last one. He is still in I.C.U. at Hunt. Students should also be reminded 
that not all of the land mines have been removed from the auditorium, so if at all possible, keep off the floor. 

Boys and girls intramural track meet today Events are: 50 yd dash, 100 yd dash, 1 mile dash. 10,000 meter dash, 1 yd. hurdle, 2 mile dash, 3 mile dash, 4 
mile dash, hide and seek, and pole vault. No exeprience preferred We need a laugh. 
Go to jail, go directly to jail. Do not pass go, do not collect $200. 
Menu: Yesterdays stuff sauted in the stuff from the day before that. 



100 




Ms. Padden 
766 

Mr. Afrow 
Ms. Bolgatz 



Ms. Quinn 
Ms. Toulan 
SHOP 

Mr. Maitland 



SCIENCE 
Mr. Corson 
Mr. Furnari 
Mr. Kappotis 



BULLETIN #Cx2n-1 December 17. 1266 

NOTICES TO TEACHERS: 

Detention: Alt — Ms. Guided Brown — Ms. Informed Buckley — Ms Treated 

A reminder of the Faculty Coffee Hour today to fionor Beth Cox. Peggy Hines.and Muriel Osfrowski in the library at 2:20 

Oscar Meyer. Executive Director of the Beverly Chamber of Commerce is retiring from his position on February 6. 1980 out of sheer boredom A banquet 
honoring him will be held that evening at the MacDonalds Restaurant. Any staff member who would like to attend, please contact Mr Tanous Cost is 
$10.00 for a chiken delight or $1 10 for a Big Mac. 

This week the Lower Level will be serving just what they were serving last week because nobody bothered to show up. If you have a strong stomach, Lunch 
at the Lower Level is half price this week. 

We should like to thank those members of the staff and student body who attended or participated in the hearing on capital punishment. It was a real trip. 
Test Schedule for today is as follows: 
(1 1) 1 1 1 (1 1) 

We have been asked to make December 12, 1987 the last day tor the referral of students for core evaluations. 
NOTICE TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS: 

This week for the first time in the history of the NHS blood drive, a substantial loss was reported. Now really kids, this sort of behavior has simply got to 
stop. 

Students involved in the model U N are asked to attend another trivial meeting after school in room B-112 

The A.F.S. meeting has been changed from today after school to today after school in B-112. All members must attend. 10-Q 

Anyone who wishes to attend the party in B-112 after school is cordially invited (Please remember pretzles or chips) 

Expose your pornoraphic talents! Enter the first annual B.H S. Porno contest sponsored by the pornography club Use current winter landscape or select a 
picture from your past work Instamatic shots will be judged separately from 35 mm pornography. Winning pictures will appear in the yearbook. The 
Ledger, and the April issue of Hustler magazine For rules (of which there are very few) and application see Mr Flint or Mr Hefner, or meet this afternoon at 
the infamous party in Room 8-112. 
Men: Arsenic and old lace. 



101 



Ms. Levin 
Ms. Martinyak 
Mr. Shopay 



Mr. Silverstein 
Mr. Zappantis 
SOCIAL STUDIES 
Mr. Bradford 



Mr. Gross 
Mr. Hammond 
Mr. Lewis 




BULLETIN #1020304 Calday, March 95, 1991 

NOTICE TO TEACHERS 

Detention: Alt — Ms. Dauber Brown — Mr. Patch Buckley — Miss 

A guidance program known as The Career Game" has been tentatively scheduled for Beverly High School on Monday, March 3, during Period 3. The 
program is devoted to helping young people choose a career. Please be thinking about this program so that you may volunteer to take your class when a 
plan for registration has been developed. 
NOTICES TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS: 

During period 6 on Wednesday it has been necessary to schedule the photographing of the following students for the Yearbook. You know, that book that 
magically appears out of no where at the end of the year. Anyway, the schedule is as follows: Chess Team ((i12:40; Math Team (n12:45; Outing Club 
((i12:50, Jr. Class Executive Board la 12:55; Soph. Class Executive Board «i1:00; Spanish Club (<i1:05; Student Advisory Board (,i1:10. All the previously 
mentioned groups must repon to C-207 at their scheduled times. Or not, whatever. 
NOTICES TO STUDENTS: 

There will be an important meeting of the Photography Club on Wednesday at 2:15 in Room C-104. A yearbook picture will be taken and a slide show on 
"Better Pictures with Existing Light" will be shown. News of the photography contest will be discussed. All members are urged to be present promptly at 
2:15 

Hungry? Win a pizza from the Capri Restaurant if you win one of our pirzes for the Art Club Scholarship Raffle. 

Seniors: It is with great pleasure that I announce, after much debate and dispute, that a new yearbook advisor has been appointed. Starting next month 
June 1, 1991, Loni Anderson has been appointed to that position. 

New staff members are urgently needed to work on the yearbook this year Any interested party should report to C-207 today after school. 

Radios and tape players should not be used in the corridors of the academic wings of the building. If found, they will be confiscated A.V. needs the spare 

parts 

The staff meeting for The Ledger has been rescheduled from Monday the 5th, to the twelfth of never Any students who wishes to write articles, or help 
produce the paper is welcome. 

Eligible students are reminded that the presidential primary is only two years, eleven months, and thirty-eight (21) days away. If you havn't registered, two 

representatives from the Spanish Inquisition will be in the cafeteria during all nine (78) lunches tomorrow. 

Menu: Anemic Celery soup. Cheese Sandwich (over-baked ), diced pickles, applesauce on a stick, julien fries, and Balsa wood. 



102 




BULLETIN # 08364 February 31, 1980 

Detention: Alt — Ms Brancato Brown — Mr. Kappotis Buckley — Ms. Badbreath 
NOTICE TO TEACHERS: 

Teachers and counselors: In order to avoid th possibility of a summer backlog of referrals for core evaluations, please be advised that any "special needs" 
referrals being considered should be received before April 30, 1980 in the office of special services. 
Science subcommittee meeting today in B-116 at 2:15. Bring a lunch, it's going to be a long one. 

The Lower Level will be serving lunch this Thursday during 2nd and 3rd lunch. Please make reservations with Mrs. Ludwig in G-102. Our menu this week 

includes: Beef stew with biscuits, Tossed salad with Dressing, White Hall Chocolate Roll, Coffee, tea, milk, or Scotch. Cost is $2.00 

The Boston Globes left at the main office every morning are not for personal use. They are for specified English classes only and are purchased with 

appropriated funds from the 1979-80 school budget Any selfish scum who is seen copping one of these papers will be severly reprimanded. 

There will be an extended homeroom period during which new bus passes will be issued to eligable students. The schedule for today is as follows: 

Period 1 — 8:35-1:30 

Period 7 — 1:30-2:00 

Notice to Students: 

Seniors 

Seniors: The senior class executive board meeting will be tomorrow, not yesterday 

Would the members of the B-Hive Committee (Scott Peeler, John Crowell, Ross McGurn, Fuzzy Zoeller, Jack Nicklasu, Collen McGuire and Stacey Black) 

please to Room C-308 at 2:10 today. Measurements for straightjackets will be taken. 

The Senior class Executive board will meet yesterday and not tomorrow assoriginal originally scheduled. 

Seniors in homerooms A-107 and A-104: Please report to the nurses office during a free period. We have reason to believe that you are all carrying the 
plague. 

Menu: Fruit juice on a roll, baked lasagna in a cup, tossed salad in your lap, French bread in a box, tuna casserole in a straw, and milk. 

A reminder that there will not be a sequel to "Hey Hamlet " the movie 

Accupuncture classes begin today in the physics lab. Be there or be square. 

Athletic Events: Basketball — Boys at Gloucester; Cadaver Diving — Girls at Sao Palo. 



103 




104 



John Abate 
Denise Abrams 
Donna Ahern 
Chris Aieta 
John Albano 



Jeff Alsup 
Lauren Altshuler 
Mike Amirault 
Gary Ambrifi 
John Anderson 



Kathrine Anderson 
Arthur Andrews 
David Arsenault 
Billy Atherton 
Debbie Avila 



Wendy Bachellor 
Mark Baker 
Debbie Ballentine 
Christine Banks 
Ellen Barker 



Elizabeth Barr 
Renee Basaraba 
Cindy Bates 
Debbie Bayle 
Susan Beasley 



Karen Bechard 
Brian Bechtel 
Gary Beeman 
Kristen Bender 
Wendy Bennett 



Ludlow Berkeley 
Gene Berman 
Lori Berube 
Marline Besse 
Johanne Bethune 



Billy Bishop 
Steven 
Blumenkrantz 
Joyce Boccia 
Valarie Boliver 
Ellen Boneventura 





* 25 




r • 



Sophomores . . 



106 




Therese Boucher 
Virginia Bowers 
Joanne Braccia 
Charles Brennan 
Suzanne Brilliant 



Scott Brown 
Elvira Bucella 
Linda Bucco 
Shannon Burnett 
Susan Bushy 



John Byrne 
Elizabeth Cagney 
Mark Cahill 
Beth Call 
Chris Callely 



Mary Campagnolo 
Mike Cappozzi 
Diana Carito 
Scott Carlson 
Paul Carr 



Laurine Carroll 
Steve Casale 
Kim Cassola 
Diane Cercone 
Maureen Chalifour 



Bob Chapman 
Jackie Charette 
Robert Charland 
Michael Chase 
Courtney 
Chouinard 



Joan Chouinard 
Patricia Chouinard 
Roger Chouinard 
Bill Christina 
Donna Church 



Patrick 
Churchyard 
Paul Civitarese 
Karen Clanton 
Robert Clark 
Donald Clemenzi 





107 



Cynthia Close 
John Coan 
James Coburn 
Kerry Coldough 
Alan Colder 



Crystal Coleman 
Chris Colletti 
Christine Collins 
Conti Coluntino 
Chris Condon 



Peter Conlan 
Brad Conrad 
Ann Conrad 
Janet Coombs 
Peter Coombs 



David Corcoran 
Robin Corio 
Charles Corning 
Cavid Corning 
Elyse Cotreau 



Heather Cotter 
Lori Cram 
Lisa Crandall 
Diane Cristoro 
Stephan Cross 



Robin Crowell 
Chuck Cummings 
John Cunningham 
Robin Curran 
Hannah Curwen 



Chris Davico 
Linda Davidson 
William Davis 
Carol Day 
Teresa DeBlasie 



Julie DeCesare 
Marie DeCesare 
Vicki Denis 
Laurie Dennehy 
Laura DePerio 




Sophomores 



108 




Karen DeSantis 
Suzanne Devoe 
Steven Dikinson 
Mary DiGregorio 
John Dilanni 



Anne-Marie 
DiPaolo 
Kevin Dion 
Ralph DiVasta 
Mark Dixon 
Deri Dobson 



Kristine Dodge 
Dave Donlon 
Peggy Donlon 
Tom Doucette 
Tad Dave 



Leslie Doyle 
Susan Doyle 
Roberta Driscoll 
Pamela Duchin 
Frank Dunn 



Howard Dunne 
Leanne Duprey 
Phillip Durgin 
Dawne Dyer 
Karen Earabino 



Jean Egan 
Sue Egan 
James Eicholz 
Kori Estes 
Ruth Evans 



Richard Faulkner 
Kevin Faust 
Lisa Faust 
Janet Fellows 
Ed Fenn 



Wayne Ferrari 
Lisa Ferrari 
Laura Fielding 
Jane Finn 
Maureen Finn 



109 



Julie Flynn 
Tom Flynn 
Laurene Foley 
Lauren Forrest 
Nancy Forte 



Cindy Foss 
Cindy Foster 
Kelley Fox 
Anthony 
Franceschelli 
Beth Freeman 



Chris Freeman 
Kerry Freeman 
Teresa Frost 
Tobi Full 
Keith Fumarola 



Brenda Gagrron 
Kevin Gagnon 
Jodi Garcelon 
Mike Gardner 

Francis Gaudet 



Mikie Geary 
Hal Genthener 
John Germano 
Mary Germano 

Tracy Giles 



John Girgus 
Julie Glichouse 
Betsy Golding 
Scott Goodwin 
Christine Grant 



Lisa Gregson 
Maura Griffin 
Sherri Griffin 
Jean Gudaltis 
Mark Guimond 



Anne Hackett 
Sandra Halpern 
Daniel Hammond 
Peter Hammond 
Allison Harrington 




Sophomores . . 



110 




Tim Harrington 
Tammy Harrison 
Charles Harting 
Lynda Harwood 
Tom Heaphy 



Pope John Paul II 
Kathleen Hegarty 
Lori Henderson 
Donna Hennessey 
Cliff Hepburn 



Edward Hering 
John Hersey 
David Hiller 
Sandra Hitchcock 
Peter Hoar 



Larry Holland 
Joel Hooker 
Debbie Horsman 
Jeff Horton 
Wayne Hunt 



Kim Husson 
J. Hutchinson 
Kristen Hutchinson 
Paul Jalbert 
Chris James 



Steven Jawoisk 
Deena Jemery 
Gayle Johnson 
Cindy Jones 
Nancy Josselin 



Allan Jung 
Dicky Kamer 
Eric Kapantais 
Edward Keenan 
Colleen Kelley 



Martha Kelley 
Kerrie Kelley 
Andrew Kelley 
Marlaine Kendall 
Marianne Kenney 



111 



Bob Kerr 

David Kidney ^g^^ 

Laurie Killeen ' J 

Jill Kimball Vy 

Dan KInchIa • 



Simon Kirk 
Scott Knowlton 
Mark Koen 
Elizabeth 
Kransberg 
Eric Kromhout 



Kristina Kumm 
Kersten Kyrazis 
Laurie Lambert 
Michael Landers 
Michelle LaRocque 



Thomas Larocque 
Debbie Launsby 
David Lavoie 
Elizabeth Lavoie 
Julie LaSelva 




112 




Paul Lyie 

Alanna Macdonald 
Patricia MacCarthy 
Joyce Madden 
Ross Madore 



Brian Mahan 
Julie Mahoney 
Kathy Mahoney 
Mike Mailoy 
Ellen Mangan 



Jeffrey Manning 
Eugene Marchand 
Mike Marchand 
Chris Marciano 
Chris Marshall 



Jeff Martel 
Dave Marvel 
Kristin Mavragis 
Marlene May 
Kathy McBrian 



Judy McDonough 
Mike McElmon 
Andrew McGilvary 
Joyce McMahon 
Sherry McNair 



Karen Meaney 
Philippe Mehu 
Bllliejean Mello 
Michael Mench 
Peter Merrill 



Ron Messner 
Cheryl Miller 
Mark Millet 
Tracey Misins 
Laurie Mital 



Ramona Molligi 
Dave Moniz 
Beth Monroe 
Elizabeth Mooney 
Shuri Moran 



113 




115 



Heidi Schmidt 
Kenny Scholes 
Diane Sciola 
Eddie Sciola 
Debbie Scouras 



Shelley Seaberg 
Vincent Sequeira 
Janet Shatford 
David Shipp 
Sherri Shipp 



Brad Sill 
Matt Silva 
Beth Silver 
Jeff Sirois 
Scott Slaven 



Pam Small 
Robert Smallwood 
Marc Smorczewski 
David Smith 
Bruce Southwick 



Kristen Spencer 
Deanna Stacey 
Brian Selchook 
Sandra 
Stephenson 
Shirley Stephens 



Lisa Stevens 
Elizabeth Stewart 
Pam Stillson 
Debi Stone 
Sally Story 



Michael Sullivan 
Theresa Sungy 
Patricia Taglien 
Larry Tamilio 
Billy Tarr 



Pam Tarr 
Mark Tarricone 
Debbie Tavi^se 
Patricia Terrio 
Michael Thibideau 



*9r 











i 





















Bill Theriault 
Todd Theriault 
K. Thomas 
Robyn Thompson 
Terry Thorpe 



Paula Tibbs 
Cilia Tierney 
Bev Tillberg 
Kim Tipert 
Lynn Thomkinson 



Michael Tonneson 
Chris Tosi 
Amy Trabucco 
Joanne Trefry 
Kenneth Tries 



Brian Turgeon 
David Turner 
Mary Turner 
Elaine Vaughn 
Marc Verrette 



Alfonso Vitolo 
Wagoner Wagoner 
Michelle Watihe 
Scott Wallace 
Carol Walsh 



Karen Walsh 
Chris Ward 
John Ward 
Patti Ward 
Patty Weils 



Keithe Whaithe 
Laura Whalen 
Tom Whalen 
David Wharton 
Mary Wheelock 



Mark White 
Richard White 
Mark Whitehead 
Debbie Whitney 
Laura Whitney 



117 



A 



SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD 




Front Row: M. Campagnolo, D. Ahern, P. Duchin, J. Gudatis, J. Cunningham. Second Row; C. Dodge, M. Seaberg, P. McCarthy, L. Whitney. Back 
Row: E. Stewart, M. Finn, D. Scouros, V. Bowers, M. Murph'y, K. Smith. 




Front Row: J. Gudatis, D. Ahern, M. Campagnolo, J. Cunningham, P. Duchin. 



119 



JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD 




Lisa Acciavatti 
Nancy Accomando 
Peter Adams 
Sam Adams 



Christine Adduci 
Michael Ahordini 
Anthony Aeita 
Ann Alexander 



Brian Alongi 
Steven Alongi 
Jeffrey Anderson 
Kevin Andrews 



Melanie Andrews 
Dan Anthony 
Adriana Asci 
Gino Asci 




John Audesse 
Susan Balboni 
Barbara Ballentine 
Phil Bamford 



Susan Barker 
John Bartlett 
James Bean 
Sharon Beasley 



Denise Beaulieu 
Julie Bekeritis 
Lee Beliveau 
Cindy Bennett 



Michael Bernhard 
Tom Bethune 
Troy Bieggar 
Todd Bieggar 

122 





Mike Birarelli 
Alicia Bishop 
Stephen Bisson 
Robin Blacl< 



Robin Blauchard 
John Blauchette 
D. Blattner 
Alan Blotcher 



Edmund Bohn 
Susan Bolden 
Keith Boliver 
Steve Bonasoto 



Stephen 
Bonaventura 
Paul Boretti 
Terese Boswell 
Susan Bouchard 



















Andy Boyd 
Patricia Boyle 
Lori Bratt 
Brian Bratti 



Kathy Brown 
Mary Brown 
Lisa Bright 
Nancy Brine 



Ken Burrows 
Lee Burns 
Jessica Bush 
James Bussone 



Michael Byrne 
Adam Caccivio 
Cathy Cahill 
Diana Cahill 

123 



John Cahill 
Steve Caldwel 
Ginny Campbell 
Joan Cannon 



Wendy Carlson 
Terrie Carratu 
Laura Carroll 
BUI Casale 



David Cassola 
Michael Cassola 

Robert Castellucci .wt. '/\7^f 

Patrice Cavanaugh ♦ v^'.v /4'\ / 




Shari Dubois 
Carolyn Dunn 
William Dunn 
Karen Duest 



Wendy Dyer 
Patricia Eagan 
Stephen Earabino 
Tina Ecknnan 



Michael Eiseroad 
Douglas Emeney 
Luanne Estarbrook 
Ed Evans 



Susan Fall 
Jeff Fanley 
Linda Fanning 
Ann Farinelli 





Juniors . 



Carol Farinelli 
Linda Faulkner 
Lynne Faust 
Beth Favaloro 



Teresa Fecteau 
Chris Finn 
Robert Finn 
Lynne Fisher 



Donna Fleming 
Sharon Flint 
Jennifer Flynn 
Wendy Forney 



Cynthia Fossa 
David Fox 
Cindy Fraser 
Jayne Freeman 

126 





Wendy Freeman 
Tom Frost 
David Full 
Robert Fuller 



• 1^ Joseph Gannon 
I Todd Garcelon 

Gregory Garrity 
John Geary 



Karen George 
Thomas Germano 
Ezequiel Gesvaldl 
Donna Giunta 



Janet Glazier 
Julie Goodwin 
Debbie Gourdeau 
Bruce Gove 



Anthony Grande 
Elizabeth Greene 
Kathy Griffin 
Louise Griffin 



Steve Grogan 
Mike Gudatis 
Sandra Gustafson 
Karen Guiliana 



Keith Guilmet 
Howard Hackett 
Andrea Haddad 
Michele Hall 



David Halpern 
Gayloe Hannan 
Ken Harding 
Leslie Harris 

127 



Jon Harvey 
Tim Hayes 
Asta Helgason 
Paul Herlihy 



Karl Hering 
Kevin Mickey 
Paulie Hilton 
Brian Hirschfeld 



Billy Hoar 

Mary Hoar ^"ik^ 

Beth Hilak ■ • fTi'A/V 

Paul Harrington 'ti«l* *E.' 



Patty Howe 
Kelley Huntley ^ 
Debbie Jadwin \ 

Lisa Jalbert 




Pricilla James 
Scott James 
Mark Jedraszek 
Kristen Jessen 



Sheri Johnson 
Tracey Johnson 
Suzanne Joly 
Jean-Paul Julien 



David Jutras 
Wendy Kardenatz 
Bethany Karlan 
David Kasprzyk 



Joy Kaufman 
Kristine Kendrick 
Cynthia Kerr 
Jammes Kerr 

128 





129 



Mary Ellen 
Lindstrom 

James Lister 
Lisa Locke 

Bradley Lohr 



Ellen Long 
Cheryl Lord 
J. Lucas 
Jeff Lyie 



David Lynn 
Heidi f^acComisky 
Michael 
MacDonald 
Scott MacDonald 



Alison MacLeod 
Peter MacKillup 
Stephan MacRae 
Craig Magee 




Juniors 



Mike Mahan 
Thomas Major 
Christine Makros 
Janet Malionek 



Michael Manning 
Suzanne Manning 
Jeryy Marsella 
Thomas Martin 



Jeff Martyn 
Christine Marvel 
Andy Mason 
Karen Masse 



Cheryl May 
Linda McCarthy 
Lisa McCarthy 
Kelly McDonal 

130 





Scott McDowell 
Joan McElhiney 
Michael McGee 
Colleen McGuire 



Brian McGurn 
Dana Mclntyre 
ij Elizabeth McKenna 
■ Julie Mclean 



Isabelle McMorrow 
Debbie McNair 
Julia Mench 
Chris Miller 



Tom Mistretta 
James Mitchell 
Cynthia Moller 
Kathleen Money 




Julianne Moore 
Debbie Morgan 
Robert Moroni 
John Murney 



Mike Murphy 
Mary Murray 
Alison Myers 
Katleen Nack 



Sean Norton 
Glenn Norwood 
Tharesa O'Brian 
Shannon 
O'Donneli 



Rebecca Oliveira 
Joe O'Neill 
Maureen O'Reilly 
Faith Orfins 

131 




132 




Janet Rattigan 
Andrea Raymond 
Linda Raymond 
John Reade 



Kevin Rennick 
Jeff Rice 
Shelia Rice 
Elizabeth Richard 



Steven Richards 
Brian Richards 
Cliff Rideout 
iiisisilil Sean Riley 



Mike Ring 
James Riordau 
Kathy Rivard 
Kim Rizzotti 



— Vli 



Katharine 
Robinson 
David Rogers 
Michael Rogers 
Lisa Russo 



Lori Russo 
James Rynkowski 
Beth Salley 
Lawrence Sargent 



Sam Saywrad 
Paul Schiller 
Cheryl Scott 
Jane Sullivan 



Gregory Shea 
Laurie Shea 
Robert Sheeran 
Donna Silva 



133 



Lisa Slabacheski 
Dana Smerczynski 
Edmund Smith 
Amy Sprague 



Richard Steele 
David Steniford 
Nancy Story , 
Beth Stover 



Peter Sudak 
Michael Sweeney 
J. SygoviTSki 
Terry Szczesny 



George Tanch 
Pamela Tanzella 
Peter Tasmari 
Lauren Terry 




Juniors . . . 



Scott Theriault 
Penny Thibault 
Lisa Thibodeau 
Lee Ann 
Thompson 



Sandra Tilton 
Dale Tobin 
Heidi Tolvanen 
Jon Tosi 



Nancy Trask 
David Tremblay 
John Tricomi 
Joseph Turlo 



David Turner 
Jay Turner 
Kelly Underwood 
Ann Marie Vasapoli 




134 



SENIORS . . . 




Michael Abate Timothy Abbott Penny Abrams Eva Adams Keith Adams 




Carol Addonizio Debra Ahem Noreen Albenese Alberto Alii Christine Amenta 



136 




137 




139 



■SENIORS . 




Gregory Caccivio Stephan Cahill Jo-Ann Campbell Timothy Campbell Gary Cantore 





Robert Capachletti Ralph Capodilupo Thomas Cargile Joan Carnevale Sharon Caron 











hi 




Tracey Caron Joseph Carpenter Jamie Carratu Karen Carratu Mitch Carrier 




I 




Joseph Catania Deborah Cauley Gerard Celentano David Chalifour Richard Chapman 



140 




David Churchill Robert Clark Robin Clark Ellen Clinch Robert Clinch 



141 



SENIORS 




142 




Virginia Coppola IVIary Ann Corcoran Ernest Corio Keith Counihan Kelly Courtney 




Christine Crowley Jennifer Cuoco Gwendolyn Curran Patricia Currier Michelle Cushman 



143 



Alex Beaman, a graduat- 
ing senior and amateur 
photographer, spent the 
last school year in Israel. 
"Ace" lived in a Kibbutz 
from Sept. '78 'til June 
'79, working in a factory 
and going to school. 
Examples of his work 
are: 1. An early morning 
sunrise over a steaming 
Israeli desert. 2. the party 
advances across the 
wastelands. 3. Alex 
stands watch with his 
machine gun. 




Debbie Diluiso 



Robert Dion 



Michael Diruzza 



John Doane 



Ralph Dominick 



145 



SENIORS 




146 




147 



SENIORS 




148 




149 



SENIORS 





Timothy Hegarty Robert Heller Robin Hemenway Jennifer Henebury Cynthia Hepburn 




Catherine Hickey Pamela Hicks Randy Hills John Hogan Laurie Hogan 



152 



SENIORS . . . 




Lisa Kraft Mark Kravetz Laura Labonte Lori Labrie Theresa Lang 




Michael Langlais Joanne Lapenna Stephen Larson Charles Launsby Jennifer Lawler 




Christine Lawless Thomas Lawrence Renee Le Bel Richard Leblanc Diane Lee 



154 






155 




SENIORS . . . 




Steven Lospennato Carl Lucet Charles Lundrigan Christine MacDearmid Nancy MacDonald 




Shah MacDonald Jane MacLeod Stephen Mahoney Phyllis Manfra Paul Manzo 



156 






Marijane McCarthy Patrick McCormick Ross McGurn Jon McKenna Joanne McLaughlin 




David McParland Mary McPherson Josiane Mehu Romuald Mehu Janis Meianson 





Susan Mercaldi Glen Migneault David Mirandi Sherry Mitchell Tracey Mitchell 



157 




Douglas Murphy Kelly Ann Murphy Steven Murray Marianne Nack Susan Nardella 



159 



SENIORS . . . 




David Nason Christopher Negrotti Janice Nelson Lori Nelson Robert Nelson 




Paul Newman Maria Norris Cheryle Novak Marybeth Nuccio Stephen O'Brien Jr. 



160 




Louis Occhipinti David O'Connor Kimberly O'Gorman Jeffrey O'Nell Walter Orechia 





Joseph Palazola Marie Palumbo Angelika Papandreou Errol Parachojul< Janet Parisella 




Dana Parisi Robert Parks Katie Parsons Barbara Pashoogian Scott Peeler 



161 



SENIORS 





Rebecca Salloway Lawrence Saulnier Ronald Saunders Paul Sauvageau 



Glen Savoie 




Julie Silver 



Joel Silverstein Christopher Sindoni Jane Skoniecki Michael Smagala 




167 




David Tierny 



Anne Toroyan Filomena Toscano Michael Townsend Kevin Tralnor 




A ii 

Tina Tricomi 



14 

Mark Tries 






Sally Truesdale Arthur Turgeon Deborah Turner 




Meridan Ushakoff 



Robert Veal 



Judith Vient 




/ \\\: 

Tina Vincent Bonnie Jean Walker 



Gerald Walleston 



June Walsh 



Valerie Watson 



James Watts 



Thomas Wells 



169 



SENIORS . . . 




John Wightman Ann Wilbur Marsha Wilcon Kenneth Wilkinson Jane Williams 



170 




Edward Winslow Pamela Winslow Dana Wood Kevin Woods Paula Woods 




Sussan Young Miriam Zoll Cathy Ann Zolotas 



171 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Front Row: J. Ryer, R. Heller, J. Bucco, T. Hegarty. Second Row: M. Field, M. McCarthy, J. Levy, M. 
Wllcon, C. Melanson, S. Nardella, C. D' Alfonso, M. Zoll. Third Row: L. Martin, N. Sterner, P. 
Coombs, J. Cuoco. Back Row: B. Salley, D. Buckley, L. Depeiro, B. Johnson, J. Oullette, S. Morse, 
T. Vincent. 




i0 




SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ABATE. MICHAEL — ■Bates ' — 44V2 Chase St , 922-6716. Football 10.11,12. Baseball 

10.11.12. The librarians. 
ABBOTT. TIMOTHY — Rabbit " — 13 County Way, 927-1422, Outdoor Club. Hunting, 

fishing, hiking, 

ABRAMS. PENNY SUE — ■ Nickel-Dime" — 44 Eastern Ave.. 927-6682, Band 10.11,12. 
Band exchange 10.11.12, 'Sweet Charity' . "Hey Hamlet" orchestra. "Caeser oh 
Caeser ' stage crew, P R., green M&M s, orange tennis balls, exchange trips. PAR- 
TIES' strange lunch tables, couches, paper fights. Rape Who? waterfights at the 
World Trade Center. 'Go for it! ", marathons, guys in tights, cast parties. 

ADAMS. EVA — 36 Jordan St., 922-8681. H.R. Pres. 10.11. Intramurals. 

ADAMS. KEITH — 28 Dartmouth St.. 922-3228. J.V, Soccer 10,11. 

ADDONIZIO. CAROL — 43 Pond St,. 922-4329, 

AHERN, DEBRA — "Debbie " — 28 Heather St., 922-5957. H.R. Vice-president 10.11. Field 
Hockey 10.11.12. Softball 10.11.12. Basketball 10.11.12. Powder puff football. Varsity 
dnnking team 10.11.12. "S D. and Rock n' Roll' . R.W. 

ALBANESE. NOREEN T, — 6 Longwood Ave.. 927-1404. H.R. Secretary 10. H.R. Vice- 
President 11. Bobby, skiing. 

ALLI. ALBERTO — "Muhamad " — 38 Chase St.. 927-1460. 

AMENTA. CHRISTINA — "Tina"" — 7 Coolidge Ave.. H.R. Secretary 11.12, Ronnie. 

ANDERSON, CHRIS — 1 Museum Rd., 927-2785, A-House Council 10.11,12, A-House Trea- 
surer 10, Tennis 10,11,12, Swim Team 11,12, National Honor Society, Intramurals. 
Yearbook Staff. Skiing, beaches. R.N. — DLCM. 

ANDERSON. GLENN — "Dietrich ". 16 Winslow Rd,. 927-0811. Golf 11. 

ANDREWS. GEOFFREY — 7 Hathaway Ave.. 922-7071. Cross Country 10.11.12. Indoor 

Track 10.1 1. Spring Track 10.1 1. 
ANTHONY. THOMAS PATRICK — "Ant-Man " — .12 Pine Knoll Dr.. 922-1936. Band 

10.11.12. Wrestling Team 11,12, Jazz band 12. Cabinet making shop, band exchange 

to Toronto, drumming. 
ASCI, GIULIANO — 162 Park St.. 927-4559. Soccer and hockey 

ATWOOD. DONALD G. — 23 Pierce Ave. 922-8664. 10.11.12. Outdoor track. 10.11. 
Homeroom pres. 10.12. Football 11.12. B-House treas. B.H.S.D.T. and the B.H S.S.T.. 
N.H. with S.M. and B.C.. Thanksgiving night with the B.H S. Football team, Common 
Lane with S B., L.B.. K.F.. S.M,. J.B.. V.H.. M.W., P.W,. and J.B. 

AXELROD. HOWARD M, — "Howie " — 9 Scenna Rd. 922-1805. Band 10.11,12. Chorus and 
Concert Quire 11,12. Music Man " 10, " Sweet Charity " 11, "Hello Dolly " 12. Israel 

BALLENTINE. ROBERT W. — " Bobbis " — 95V2 Haskell St. 927-4415. Trade School cabinet 

making. Girls and cars. 
BARBEAU. DENISE — 17 Amherst Rd. 922-5751 

BARROR. SHANNON E. — Shattered " — 96 Dodge St. 922-3202. Track, student council. 
Mr. Kinnaly. Gloucester. Saugus. term papers. 

BARTER. KATINA— Tina " — 33 Swan St. 927-2019. 11,12 Chorus, 10. Office aide. French 
exchange. 1 1. " Sweet Charity ". " Caesar Oh Caesar ", 12 Flag squad. Friday nights at 
the drive-in and Saturdays at Common Lane. Thing: Chorus. 

BATCHELDER, BARBARA — 36 Winslow Rd. 922-3433. 

SEAMAN. ALEXANDER B. — " Ace " — 98 Corning St. 927-2049. 10 — Crew. " Music Man " 
11 — Year abroad in Israel, intramural desert walking, j.v. camel dung 12 — " Hey. 
Hamlet'"". B H S S T. Those gas-burning outings in Tex s carwith Hutch. Buddy. Ernie. 
Chang, and W.W. Long live 84 octane. 

BEAUPRE. LORI — 6 King Terrace. 922-8255. Homeroom Secretery. 10. The Who. 
N. Adams and the beach 

BECHTEL. LAWRENCE J. — 45 Railroad Ave. 922-5834. 10 — Varsity Gymnastics 11 — 
Ledger staff, stage crew in Caesar Oh Caesar " 12 — Varsity Cross country, indoor 
track, lacross, stage crew in " Hey. Hamlet'"" 

BERRY. MICHAEL ANTHONY — " Mike " — 65 Wmthrop Ave. 922-7220. Fresh. C.H. Patten 
Fresh Pres . B.H S Lacrosse Mgr. 10 — Soccer, lacrosse. C.H. Patten soph. pres. 11 
— Lacrosse, student council, curriculum council. 12 — Lacrosse. C.H. Patten Co-op. 

C. H. Patten student council. It s been real, it s been fun. but it hasn t been real fun. 
Ever been boned for being a wise guy. Girls. Monty Python. J. Geils. Santana. Frank 
Zappa. The Who. B-52"s. Duane Ingalls Glasscock. Dirty Harry with his .44 magnum, 
and Molson Golden Ale. 

BERUBE. THOMAS W. — " Tom " — 9 Mills St. 922-0142. 10 — Cross country. 11 — Track, 
soccer. 12 — Wrestling. Common Lane. Greenwood. Brackenbury and shnakes. 

BLAIS. CHERYL — "Flame " — 51 a Putman St. 927-2009, 10 — 1 1 — Pantherette squad, 
exchange. 11 — Newspaper. H.R. Treasurer. Hiding from Kieth Burgess so I can see 
my next birthday. 

BLANGIARDI. PETER M. — " Blang " — 11 Thompson Rd. 922-9436. 10 — Soccer 1 2 — Sr. 
H R. Treasurer. C.H.P — President. Student Advisory Council. Skiing, hunting and 
camping. 

BODEK. LORI — 29 Taft Ave. 922-5430. 10-1 1-1 2— Girls intramurals, 10-1 1 — Spring track, 
indoor track. 11 — Powderpuff football. Running, Riunite, g-and-t. c-and-c. the goat, 
the baby, at B.U.. D.G "s fan club, and last but not least. "Number Two ". 

BOLOEN. JOANNE — 15 Cliff St. 922-3557. Music. 

BONACCI. JOHN — " Bach " — 2 Milton St. 927-7598. 10-11 — J.V. Basketball, intramural 
football and volleyball. 12 — Varsity basketball, lacrosse. Aegis, intramural volleyball, 
Saturday nights with the clan over Al s house, a one man tent, in a lost field in 
Kingston, N.H.. made into a two man tent with S.M. and his R.T.S. and brewskis. 

BONAIUTO. LINDA — 4 Pierce Ave. 927-2889 

BONAVENTURA. MARGARET L. — " Peggy " — 13 Laurel St. 922-4222. Field hockey, pow- 
derpuff football. Softball, intramurals. French exchange, yearbook staff, student gov- 
ernment, varsity cheerleader. Parties, dances. C.L. and G.W.. R.G.. D.C.. P.C.. C.S.. 

D. S.. tennis, swimming, and senior week. 

BOOTH. THOMAS M — "Tex " — 31 Peabody Ave. 927-3328. J.V. Grouse pinching. Semi- 
nar 9 W-S N.C.. and a shot at the tennis team. 12 — Varsity Grouse pinching (Capt.). 
Associate Editor. Beverlegal. "Hey. Hamlet!"". Sky Lab Reception Committee. Jim the 
hat. Jim the guitar, James Taylor, Benny Hill, Monty Python, and all the gas burning 
expeditions with W W , Ace, Fred, Buddy, and Ernie. 

BOUCHARD. ROBERT — " Bob"" — 42 Hathaway Ave, 922-3922. Ledger 10-11. Aegis 11-12. 
Burnzies Algebra II. aggravated librarians. 

BRADY. LESLIE — " Lee " — 11 Grover St 927-2131. 10 — Indoor track. 11 — H.R. Rep.. 

Spring track. 12 — Senior at large Skiing, partying 
BRANCH. TINA — 14 Bridge St 

BRENNER. BOB — "Buzza " — 23 Odell Ave. 927-0827. Ledger staff. " Hey, Hamlet!"", 
powderpuff cheerleader. H.R. Rep. Alt.. Senior class play. #1 soccer fan. A-House 
intramurals. 

BRESNAHAN. LYN — 8 Columbus Ave 922-8432 Girl s Basketball 10.11 12. Powderpuff 
football. 11.12. Softball. 10. 

BRIGHT. RICHARD — "Brighio" — 60 Conant St 922-2421. Soccer. Senior notice reader. 

BRINOLE. BONNIE M — 31 Prospect St 922-3926 Homeroom President 12. Aegis. Writing 
poetry, running, horseback riding, nature. 4 Woodbury St.. the Pousette — Dart Band. 
James Taylor. Carole King. Jonathan Edwards, the Eagles, Riunite, parties, good 
friends, sunsets and the beach. 



BRODERICK. THOMAS — 34 Rowell Ave. 922-1321. 

BRONSTEIN. JANIS — " Jan " — 163 Dodge St. 922 5429. H.R. Secretary, intramurals. 
Skimg. scuba-diving. 

BROWN. CHERYL — 49 Chase St. 922-2438. 

BROWN. KAREN A — 3 LeFavour Ave. 927-1354. Music, sports. 

BROWN. MARY E. — " Brownie " — 138 New Balch St. 927-0213. 10.1 1.12 — Intramurals 
10 — Field Hockey, spring track. 11 — Basketball. H.R. Treas. 12 — Soccer team. H.R. 
Treas. Partying with friends at Common and Greenwood, U.R.I., Weekends, meeting 
R.C- at the Coast Guard Station, skiing in N.H., Senior Week, Gym with Biq L making 
money, 1957 T-Bird. 

BROWN. PAMELA C. — " Pam " — 7 Gordon Rd. 922-1016. Jim. 

BUCCO. JOHN W. — " Buc " — 55 Conant St. 922-0148. Soccer 10,11,12, H.R. Pres. 12. 

volleyball club, powderpuff cheerleader. B.H.S.S.T., F.O.T.Y.A.. many good times witti 

K.G.. Common Lane, Greenwood, with V.H.. D.A.. S.M.. K.G.. B.B., D.W.. M.W. . 
BUCKLEY. DEVIN — " Buck" —277 Dodge St. 922-6821. 10.11.12— Football, indoor track. 

outdoor track. H.R. Pres.. co-capt. outdoor track 12. N.H.S. 12 Molson"s, sports, 

Springsteen. 

BURGESS. DAVID — " Little Bird"" — 116 Conant St. 927-3432. 10 — Band 1 1 — Swim team 
12 — Swim team, volleyball club. 

BURGESS. KEITH — 14 Coolidge Ave, 927-1338. H.R. Treas.. intramurals. intramural 

council. Sports, cars, and good times, the goat, 
BURKE, GEORGE — 13 Sunnyvale St. 922-1648. 

BURNETT. ROBERT — " Bobby " — 9 Bartlett St. 927-0960. 10-11 — Student Council. 
Roller skating. 

BURNS. MARK T. — "Spooky " — 28 Pratt Ave. 922-2373. 1 0.1 1 .1 2 — Gravis Hunter, Benny 
Hill Club. Fire squad 11.12. RNP Crew. Wrestling team 12. 

BYRNE. KELLY A. — 60 Amherst Road — 922-4680 Fridays at 2:00 P.M. 

CACCIVIO. GREGORY M. — " Greg " — 2 Hillside Ave. — 927-4403. 10, Gymnastics 11 
"Sweet Charity ", " The Mouse That Roared " 12— "Hello Dolly"" — leaving CMH & RAL 
to break in " Green Horns " for the musicals 

CAHILL, STEVE — 4 Galloupe Ave. — 922-8404 

CAMPBELL, JO-ANN — 27 Riverview Street — 927-3514 German Club 10,11 German Ex- 
change 11, flag squad 12 

CAMPBELL, TIMOTHY — " Tim " — 22 East St. — Band, yearbook. Ledger Staff. C-House 
Council. All-State Clarinetest — skiing. Selmer Clarinets, Gershwin s " Rapsody in 
Blue ", Streisand. Chocolate anything. "Yeha-a-a. having some fun here tonight at the 
circus!"", carols at the " Pantry " with the gang, never to forget tomorrow. 

CANTORE. GARY — 32 Hull St. — 927-3481 

CAPACHIETTI. ROBERT — " Cappa " — 20 Somerset Ave. — 10.11.12 — Soccer Team. 12 
H.R. V.P. Cruising, 2:00 P.M.. long nights. 

CAPODILUPO. RALPH S. — " Cap " — 25 Grant St. — 927-4658, H.R. Pres. 12 Soccer. 
Baseball 12 Beating Salem. Finals runner-up, parties, believing in having some good 
parties. Fridays, old friends 

CARGILE, THOMAS — 6 Swan St. — 922-8513 — J.C. 

CARNEVALE. JOAN — 252 Dodge St. — 922-3946 — skiing, pleasant people 
CARON. SHARON — 25 MacArthur Road — 927-2068 

CARON. TRACEY — 7 Neptune St. — 927-7114 — 10 H.R. Treas., 11 Class Treas. — G.S. 
and J.R. 

CARPENTER. JOSEPH — 18 Dunham Rd. — 922-7573 
CARRATU. KAREN — 22 James St. — 927-1536 
CARRATU. JAMIE — 183 East Lothrop St. — 927-4690 
CARRIER, MITCHELL — 165 Essex St, — 922-0191 

CASSISTA, DAN — "Danny Boy Cassista " — 44 Cabot St. — 922-7805 — Boxing 74-79, 
Boxing — Golden Gloves Champion " 78, 79"" 

CATANIA. JOSEPH — "Joe" — 45 Pond St — 1 1 — H.R. Pres.. student advisory council, 12 

— class Treas., Wrestling Team 11, 12 — Partying at Greenwood, Brackenberry, 
Common Lane, and Shnakes. 

CAULEY. DEBORAH — " Deb " — 45 Ellsworth Ave. — 927-4972 — 10. Track, H.R. Treas.. 
skiing, horseback riding + 450 51 

CELENTANO. GERARD M. — " Gerry" — 4 Jenness St. — 922-8526. — 11 — H.R. Rep. 12, 
math team 12 

CHALIFOUR, DAVID — " Rover " — 110 Essex St — 922-0856 — 10,1 1,12 — Spring Track, 
11,12 Soccer Team, H,R. V P.. 1 1 — Indoor Track. 1979 Graduation work crew. — Loch 
and Eddie S, ""join the band ". BEER. 

CHARETTE, ANDRE P. — 641 Essex St. — 922-6683 — x-country 10,11.12, indoor track 
10,11, intramural sports 10,11,12 — Hunting, Running, weight training. 

CHARLAND. STEPHEN — " Andre " — 19 Fairview Ave. — 922-2942 — Camping, fishing, 
hunting 

CHENEY, KEVIN — 407 Manor Rd. — 927-2588 — C.H. Patten Vocational, Auto mechanic, 

— S.D, — and " Rock and Roll " 

CHMIEL, RICHARD W. — " Rich " — 30 High St. — 922-6965 — 10 Varsity Soccer 10,11.12, 
A-House Senior at Large. Co-Captain Varsity Soccer, — C.B. and " Dixie-Chicken " 

CHOUINARD. SUE — " Skipper " — 40 Bow St. — 922-6427 — 12-Soccer, powder-puff 
football. — Boys, food, drinking. Go for it! Smoke me Dogface! How Do! Dar Tuesday! 
Hi how are you? S. and D. and Rock and Roll. 

CHURCHILL. DAVE — " Dave" —28 Hayes Ave. — 922-3339 — 10-German Club, Intramural 
Volleyball 11 — Salem State History Conference 

CLARK, ROBERT — " Clarky " — 12 Mark rd. — 927-1961 — H.R. Pres. 10.11,12, Golf 
10.11.12. Intramurals 10,11,12, — Led Zepplin, Aerosmith, Van Halen, Boston, Out- 
laws. Bowling. Basketball. Softball. Tennis, Hockey, Lapointe, Leblanc. Saturday 
Night Live. Houston Oilers. 

CLARKE. ROBIN — 37 Washington St. — 927-4166 — "Takes C.C. along with me." 

CLINCH. ELLEN — " Clinchie"" — 15 High st. — 927-2895 — Field hockey 10,1 1,12, Track 
10,11,12, Softball 10,11,12, H.R. Treas. 12. Chocolate Chip cookies and milk. 

CLINCH, ROBERT — " clincher"" — 18 Columbus ave. — 922-0770— H.R. Rep. 10,11,12, 
"Music Man, " " Caesar 0" Caesar. " " Sweet Charity. " " Hello Dolly."" H.R. Pres. 11, 
Chorus Treas. 12 — Chorus Concert Quire. 

COBURN. CRAIG — 46 Hathaway ave. — 922-2266 — C.H. Patton Voc. High School Me- 
chanic. 

COLE. BRENDA — 13 Connoly pi. 927-0107. 
COLANTO. SUZANNE — 30 Putnam St. — 922-2069. 

COMET. RAMONA — 7 High St. — 927-6285 — Music Dep. Musicals. Saturday Nights at 

114. Skiing. Boys. Laughing. Saturday Night Live! 
CONANT. SUSAN — "Sue " — 38 Grover st. — 922-4621 — Working, Swimming, Music, 

Panda Bears! 

COLSON, MATT — 15 Broadway st. — 922-6266 — Led Zepplin, The Who, The boys room. 
Lunch. 



CONLEY, KATHY — 9 Newbury St. — 922-5494. 

COOK, DAVID J. — • Cookie ' — 680 Cabot st. — 927-0495 — Swim team 11.12. 

COOMBS. JOHN — 59 Hale St. — 922-3654 — H.R, Trees. 11.12. Swim Team 11.12. Intra- 
murals 10, Tennis 1 1. Swimming. Tennis. Led Zepplin. Pizza. Summer. Beaches. Ttie 
Wtio, Subs, 

COOMBS, PAULA— ■Coombsie " — 16 Cressy St. — 922-5882 — Basketball 10, Volleyball 
10, Softball 10, H.R. Treas. 10, Soccer 11, H.R. Sec, 1 1, H.R. Pres. Driving in the shiink 
mobile. Double shiinks in school, food, food, food. 

CONRAD, REBECCA — 12 Lowell St. — 922-2510. 

COPPOLA, VIRGINIA — 'Ginny ' — 26 Foster dr. — 927-0798. 

CORCORAN, MARY ANN— "Corky" - 34 Dartmouth st. — 922-5633 — Intramurals 10.11. 
Spanish Club 10.11. Softball 10.11, H.R. Sec. 10, H.R. V. Pres. 11, H,R. Pres. 12, 
Executive Board 12, Basketball Cheerleading, Tennis 12. David Bowie, Changes, "Go 
Nuts!" 

CORIO, ERNEST — "buddy" — 8 Tall Tree dr. — 927-4084 — Swim Team 11,12, H,R. Rep. 

11,12, Money, Sleeping, Pinball, Monday Night Football, "Tested Tough" Lazar. 
COUNIHAN, KEfTH — "Al" — 122 Essex st. — 922-5686 — Indoor Track 10.11,12, Football 

11,12, Spring track 12. Basketball. Booze and Girls. 
COURTNEY. KELLEY ANNE — 9 County way — 922-7607 
COUTURE. STEVEN — "Steve" — 770 Cabot st. — 922-1131. 

CRAM, PETER — "Cramden" — 25 Kernwood hts. — 922-0668 — AFS club 10.11,12. 
Chocolate ice cream. Ham Sandwich. Hockey, 

CRAVATIS, KEVIN — "Kev" — 9 Auburn rd. — 922-6029— Basketball 10,11,12, Football 
10,11,12. 

CREAM, DONNA — "Don" — 325 Elliot St. — 922-5955. 

CRESOE, ALICE — "A!" — 14 Bennet st. — 927-4674 — Library aide 10, Nurses aide 10, 
H.R. Sec. Walking on the beach. Chocolate cookies. Talking with friends. 

CRISTOFORO, MICHAEL — 24 Raymond ave.. Phone — 922-7851, Carpentry "A". 

CROWELL, JOHN — "Crowbarsque" — 19 Hale Park ave., 922-0205. Lacrosse 10,11,12, 
BHS News 10,11, Home Room Pres. 10, Home Room Rep. 11, Intramural basketball 11. 
Indoor track. Student Council 12. Ledger 12, Intramural football 12, Volleyball 12, "Is 
that valid?" Bruce Springsteen, Joe Jackson, "Disco Sucks", Zipperhead, Walden. 

CROWLEY. ALLISON — 23 Greene St.. 927-1944 — Intramurals 10.11.12. German Club 
10.11. German exchange 11, Usherette 11. French exchange 12, Senior Class Play, 
Yearbook 12. 

CROWLEY, CHRISTINE — "Chris" — 107 Lovett St., 922-4276. A-house office aide, 12. 

CUOCO, JAMES A. — "Guido" — 12 Walnut ave., 922-1287. Intramurals 10,11,12. Baseball 

10. H.R. President 12. Executive Board 12. Skiing. Raquetball. Baseball. Basketball. 
School Activities. 

CUOCO. JENNIFER A. — 14 Lefavour ave.. 922-7826. Intramurals 10,1 1.12. Band 1 1 . Tennis 

11. Powderpuff 11, H.R. Pres. 11, Intramural Council 12, H.R. Rep. 12. Tennis, Eating, 
Baseball, and especially R.P. 

CURRAN, GWENDOLYN A. — "Gwen" — 32 Haskell St. 922-4330. Spring track, A-House 
Junior at Large, A-House Pres., Student Council Treas. G.T. in Quebec. 

CURRIER, PATRICIA — "Pattie" — 47 Sonning rd., 922-2117. Intramurals 10,11,12, H.R. 
Treas. 10, B.H.S. Softball 10. French club 12. French Exchange V.P.. My house. 
"Branch". Freddy. The "rock" group in Salem, Drive-thru at McDonalds. 

CUSHMAN, MICHELLE — 19 Pleasant St. 922-2485. "That's life in the fast lane", Johnny C. 
in H.R. B-201, Joe, Jay and Carl from Trade. 

CYR, MARY-ANN — 34 Shorten ave.. 922-8494. A-House Council 10. — Tennis 1 1, "Caeser 

O' Caesar", Outing club 12, "Hey Hamlet", A-House Council 12. 
DAILY, SCOTT 

D ALFONSO. G. CHRISTOPHER — " CHRIS " — 18 Michael rd. 922-7231. Cross Country 
10.11,12 Indoor-Outdoor track 10,11, B.H.S. News 11,12, Vice Pres. 12, Lacrosse, 
N,H.S. Driving, Skiing, Beer Can collecting. Camping, Running, Under Water Basket- 
weaving. 

DAVICO, MILISSA B. — 15 Myrtle st,. 922-9457. H.R. Pres. 11.12. Executive board 11.12, 
Choreographer for " Caesar 0' Caesar " and Hey Hamlet. J.V. field hockey 10. H.R. Rep. 
10. C-House council 10. Indoor track 10, Senior class play comm. Asst. director for 
"Hey Hamlet ", Ledger Ghost writer 12, Prom comm. 12. "Smitty"'; Rocky Horror Pic- 
ture Show, Hershey Bars, Milk, Rive Gauche, S.I.. and Dad s Master Charge. 

DAVIS, DONALD — 24 Conant St., 922-6444 — Drag Race. Fast Cars. 

DAVIS. MARK — 12 Paradise rd.. — 922-7262 — J.V. Hockey 10.11. Wrestling 12. As- 
tronomy 12. Scuba Diving. 

DeBERNARDI, JACQUELINE R, — "Jackie " — 18 Brown st. — 927-4134 

DELESKY, SANDY — 27 Garfield ave. — 922-0805 — "You'd like to believe that " 
"Ramona, — shut up," "Tell me about it, " "Keep dreaming. " 

DENIS, SCOTT A. — 3 Tremont st. — 922-7866 — Band 10.11,12, K,S,O.S., club 11,12, 
"'Caesar 0' Caesar ", Orchestra — ""Sweet Charity", "Hey Hamlet,"' "Hello Dolly," Jazz 
Band 12. — Spam Johnson, Kinky Holloween Parties, Music, Sax. Jazz, Going parking 
with Flo at the Shopping center. Oh Babies, Green M+ M's, Poor, abused Robin, The 
annual exchange, Mr. Novak's SOME, Bummer cities. Something smaller than a 
sneaker, Bummerville, Bummermetropolis, just plain old "bummer. " 

DEPASQUALE, PAUL — " Depo " — 15 Victor ave — 927-1976 — A.V. 10,1 1,12, Intramurals 
10,11. 

DePIERO, LAUREN — "Sister Schlink" — 18 Goldsmith ave. — 922-3831 — H.R. Pres. 
10,1 1,12 Intramurals 10,11, Track — 11,12, Powderpuff 11,12, Cheerleader, "Caesar 0' 
Caesar", Hogan Program 12 — D.G. Fan Club. Schlinking in the Schlink mobile, 
singing smutty songs, eat. drink and later! To hug my teddy Bear, Skiing down moguls 
with P C. and A.K. 

DERBY, ELIZABETH A — "Liz" — 7 Boyden ave — 922-9010 — Basketball 10,11.12, Field 
hockey 10.11. H.R. Rep. — T.B.. Locker room cookie parties, hulkless. 

DESJARDINS. JOHN — "John " — 333 Elliott st. — 922-1615 — Soccer 11. — Skiing, 
Playing Racquetball. 

DILUISIO, DEBBIE — "D" — 17 Folger ave. — 927-2244 — Intramurals 10.11,12, Softball 
10.11.12. Basketball 10,11,12, H.R. Sec 10, H.R. V P. 11,12, Powderpuff 1 1,12, Football 
cheerleader 12, Spirit Committee — Heinekien. Hula Dancers, Parties (reunion) Space 
Women, Arr, Arr. Arr. One-a-Day Club, Inertia. 

DION. BOB — "Gillian " — 5 Iverson rd. — 927-1952 — Outing club 11, Cross-country 12, 
Indoor track 12 — California, Hockey. 

DIRUZZA, MICHAEL — 22 Judson st. — 927-1896. 

DOANE, JOHN — " Doaney" — 3 Wellesley rd. — 922-9006 — Soccer 10,11,12, B-House 
council 11,12. Baseball 10. D.T. 12— Kegs at Lodges. Weekends. St. Pauli, Stones. 
Zeplin, and more Parties 

DOMINICK, RALPH — 34 West St. — 927-1357. 

DOUCETTE, ROBIN 

DOUGLAS, DEBORAH G. — "Debbie " — 125 New Balch St., 922-6779. 10,11,12, Band, 
Musicals; 11,12. Sr. Class Play; 12. Photography Club. 

DRISCOLL, DAVID — "Drisc " — 45 Amherst Rd , 922-4356. 10, J.V. Soccer, H.R. Represen- 
tative; 1 1. J.V. Soccer. Intramural Volleyball; 12, Varsity Soccer, Intramural Volleyball. 
Shemp, Crank it up, going out Friday and Saturday nights! 



DUBE, CHERYL — 16 Kerkwood Ave., 922-3343. 10, A.V. Aide; 11, Sr. Class Play, Aegis 
Staff; 12, Homeroom Representative, Office Aide. Child Development III. Skating, eat- 
ing, socializing, partying, traveling, vacations, the sun, etc. 

DUBE, DAVID — "Dube " — 23 Chipman Rd., 927-4185. 

DUCHIN, AMY JO — 3 Eisenhower Ave., 922-3408. Tennis, sculpture, " A Chorus Line", 
gum. 

QUEST, SHERYL — " Do-it " — 10, H.R. Treasurer; 11. " Caesar. Oh. Caesar "; 12. "Hey, 
Hamlet ", Soccer Cheerleader. Watching football games with Maryt>eth. Jennifer, and 
Kelly. 

DUNHAM. BILL — " Dunnagan '" — 32 South Terrace. 927-6745. 10.11.12. Hockey Team, 
D.T. 

DUPREY, LORI — 4 Warren St., 927-1431. 11. Basketball Cheerleader. H.R, Treasurer; 12, 
H.R. Treasurer. Draw/dancing. 

ELARIO. LAURIE — " Low " — 707 Broughton Dr.. 927-6825. Writing poetry, roses, coffee 
brandy, frisbee. fhends, Pousette Dart Band, motercycles, beach, sunset, pick-up 
trucks, getting high, vegging out, WBCN, weekends, Windsor Courts, memories! 

ENOS, LEO — "Leon " — 3 EInew Ave., 927-5724. 10, H.R. Vice President, German Ex- 
change; 11, Varsity Soccer, A F S. Club; 12, Varsity Soccer, H.R. Vice President. Low 
class women, and booze assorted flavored pharmaceutical supplies. 

ERAMO, MIKE — 5 Longview Dr. 922-6496 

ESTABROOK, EDWARD — ' E.J." — 22 Hayes Ave., 927-1261, FootbalMO.11,12, Lacrosse 
11,12 Intramural Basketball. Intramural Volleyball 

FANNING. BARRY — 17 Coolidge Ave.. 922-6697 

FANNING, JEFFREY — 15 Laurel St., 927-2278 

FANNING, RICHARD P. JR. — " Buffalo " — 15 Laurel St. 927-2278. Shopweek and 
Weekends. 

FAUST, ANGELIKA — " Angle " — 30 Atlantic Ave., 922-9768, 10 — Art Club, Student Gov t, 
Drama, Make-up crew Ceasar, Charity, Mouse, 11 — French Club, 12 — Yearbook, 
Make-up crew " Hamlet ", " Dolly ". N.H.S. Airport hopping, D.C.B. s pink shirts, Lizzie, 
pastels, spirit gum (ha!) 

FAUST, STEPHAN — " Mr. Faust " — 21 Hathaway Ave. 922-5038. Band 10,11,12. Wendy 
Dyer 

FAVARA, MARY — "Mare"' — 1 Dartmouth St. 922-0315. Not much, but had a great time 
doing it. H.W. F.T.'s and Mr. B"s paper bags, golfing at 1 1 p.m. with T.F., D.P. and B.M. 

FECTEAU, ELIZABETH — " Liz " — 131 New Balch St. 922-1414. 10-1 1 Intramural basket- 
ball and volleyball, 12 — Chorus in " Hey. Hamlet!" To be well liked, volleyball, Softball, 
hiking, working with children — kindergardens and hospitals, clothes. 

FERRANTE. CARLO HAROLD — " Hollywood " — 6 Paradise Rd. 922-0018 Football 10.11.12, 
drinking team 10,11,12, Lacrosse 12, Intramural volleyball, basketball. 2:00, playing 
football, and Lee Ann 

FERRIERO, ANTHONY S. — "Scott" — 30 Laure! St. 922-5483. 10 — Football, indoor- 
outdoor track, 1 1 — Caeser Oh Caesar, junior class president, 12 — Soccer, outdoor 
track. D.T. B.U. 

FERRIO, KRISTEN — 30 Laurel St. 922-5483 

FIELD, CHRISTINE — " Chris" — 24 Giles Ave. 927-2941. 10 — Intramural basketball, 
soccer, volleyball, 11 — Powderpuff football, intramurals, 12 — Senior class play. 

FIELD, MARTHA — 109 Corning St. 922-7429. 10-11 — Homeroom treasurer, 11-12 — 
Swim team, 11 — A-House treasurer, 12 — Homeroom president. L.B.'s new door, the 
beach. 

FINN, MARK — 114 Corning St. 922-9424. 10,11,12, Lacrosse. Intramural football, vol- 
leyball. School lunches 

FLANIGAN, PATRICIA— 135 Essex St. 927-1246. 10— Music Man 11 — Member of Aegis, 
musicals — "Caeser Oh Caeser ", " Sweet Charity'", 12 — Outing Club, and "Hello 
Dolly". Walking the beach, playing in the leaves, skiing, sitting by a fire and getting 
high on life. 

FLORINI. ALLYN — Hillcrest Rd. 927-3015 

FOLEY, KEVIN— "Spiney" — 31 Sonning Rd. 922-2884. 10.11.12, Soccer. Hockey games. 
Mr. Funari, U.S.M.C. 

FONG, NATHAN — 10 Lindsey Ave. 922-8838 

FONZO, ADRIENNE — " Ade " — 3 Olde Cumnock Rd. 927-1742. Homeroom Sec. 10,1 1,12, 
Intramurals 10,11, Softball, soccer, volleyball 10, Ledger Staff 11, Hey Hamlet! Make- 
up crew and Aegis Staff. Ned at 114, Branch lane, barracuda breath, Gino's corner, 
Patti"s house, P. C.'s driveway, 24, Coast Guard Station, Jeanne & Chriss, " The Mouse 
and the Lion ", Bringing Mary to Good Harbor to color the beach orange with Pina 
Colada, the lifeguards at Good Harbor, ""K.S., K.S."', Gherkins. 

FORNEY, ELLANOR — " Ellie" — 26 Sherman St. 927-4949. Winter Beach, Cove school, 
Gary Rivard. 

FORNEY, SUE — 104 Cabot St. Apt, #2 — 922-2485 

FORSTER, ANN — " Peaches ' — 14 Columbus Ave. 922-1033. 11 — "Caeser Oh Caeser", 
chorus exchange with Winchester, Va., marathon, spring & winter concert. Flirting, 
parties, taking days off from school, senior week. 

FOSSA. CYNTHIA L. — "Cindy" — 6 Chapman Ter. — 927-1038. Music. Oct. 8. J.L., biking, 
oceanside, and partying. 

FOWLER. KIM — 2 Prescott St. 922-2803 

FRASER. JENNIFER — 28 Lothrop SI. 

FRATES, KATHLEEN — "Kathy " — 63 Amherst St. 927-2793. 11 — " Caesar Oh Caesar ", 
yearbook 12 — Yearbook, H.R. Treasurer. Fridays, muppets, partying at Common D.A., 
194, B House, Thanksgiving Dance 1979, Spet. 15 MS, L.G. & C.L. & Nursing Home. 
Singing Beach. Boston, Tues. 6 period study. Arr Arr Arr. riding to school with D.D. & 
J.W. 

FREEDMAN. DEBBIE — 7 Herrick St. Ext. — 922-6977 
FREEMAN. JULIE — 33 Tozer Rd. 922-0845 
FRIBURG. ROBERT — " Bob " — 8 Bisson St. 922-3194 

FUMAROLA. TERI — 1 Overlook Ave. 922-6806. Not much but had fun doing it. Going out 
with D P. & H.W. & F T . M.F. and B.M. & all the fun we ve had at the golf course, and 
Mr. B"s paper bags. 

FUMAROLA. WILLIAM Ml — " Fuma" — 21 Winthrop Ave. 922-3087. Driving, building furni- 
ture. 

GARBRIELLI, RICK — 2316 Broughton Dr. 927-8760 

GAJEWSKI, LISA — " Ski " — 18 Conant St. 922-5173. Yearbook staff — 11-12. Partying 
with K.F., C.L., & M S , Singing Beach, Common Lane, & all the beaches in Beverly 

GALLANT, MARY — " Munchkin " — 17 Scenna Rd Flag squad 10,1 1 ,1 2 Chorus 10,11,12 
Concert quire 11,12 Office aid 11,12 Chorus Sec. 12 Chorus & Band Exchanges 
10,1 1,12 Flag Capt, 12. RAL — Chorus, marching, traveling with band, chorus, and the 
drum corps. 

GANEY, RICHARD — " Ganes " — 31 Ashton St —922-1776 10,11,12, Lacrosse — Senior 
week, parties, 127V2 Bridge St. 

GANSENBERG, WALLY — " Gator" — 67 Livingstone Ave — 922-8693. 10,11.12, Lacrosse 
intramurals — 12 — golf intramurals — Sports in A212 and R.G. s big mouth. 



GAUTHIER. RONALD — Ron ' — 32 Lexington Dr. — 922-7195. 10,11,12, Tennis — 10 — 
Honor Scholar, intramural football, intramural track — 12 — intramural track, aegis 
staff, national fionor society, newspaper — Ledger — cycling, running, raquetball. 
camping, hiking, writing. 

GAWRON. JOYCE — 43 Shorten Ave. — 922-6921, 10,11,12, French club — 10— basket- 
ball, props crew musical, props crew sr. class play — 11 — chorus of "Caesar Oh 
Caesar", make-up crew musical, model U.N, 12 — National Honor Society, tri-captain 
girl s soccer, yearbook staff, outing club, model U.N., Polsyfer dt, Esmeralda Ij, Illu- 
sions, emergency year book meetings. 

GEARY. TERRY — "Foo" — 4 Jewett Road — 927-7257, 11 — Basketball cheering — 12 — 
Hockey cheerleading, yearbook staff, intramurals, art club, homeroom representative. 
Parties, cruising, friends and D,M, 

GENTHNER. LAUREEN L. — "Laurie" — 465 Cabot St. — 922-7142. 10 — homeroom 
representative — 11 — homeroom president, Ocean, partying, B.L.. January 8, snow, 
skiing, white camaro 

GIARDINELLA. THOMAS — "Wojo" — 42 Jordan St.. 922-4505. SOMFI II club. Dairy Queen 
drinking club. Chris M. 

GIBBS, PAMELA — "Pam" — 601 Cabot Street, 927-1878, Intramurals 10, Work study 12, 

skiing, swimming. Softball, concerts, boating. 
GILBERT, CINDY— 38 Cross St., 922-1421, Props crew 10. gymnastics team 10,11,12. 
GILDAY, JOHN — "Gilday" — 75 Conant Sf,, 922-3114, Soccer 11, PARTYING!!! 

GIUNTA, RICHARD — 27 Hillcrest Ave.. 922-0274, Football 10.1 1 ,12, J. V. Baseball. Intramu- 
rals 10,11,12, Lacrosse 11,12, H.R, Vice-President 11,12, Underwater ballet. 

GLIDDEN, LISA — 7 Oberlin, 927-3121, 

GOLDBERG, BETH — 18 Sylva Rd., 922-6973, Band — marching & concert 10,1 1,12, "Hey 
Hamlet" orchestra, "Caeser oh Caeser", Beverly Hospital volunteer 11, blue, Mr. 
Burns, Beverly High Stage Band. Carole King, swimming, reading, music, cats, spring, 

GOMES, AUGUSTUS J. JR. — Gus — 8 Sylvester Avenue — 922-6756 — 10,11.12 Intramu- 
ral Sports, member of Executive Boards. Junior Class President, 1 1 Homeroom Presi- 
dent Concerts, Sports 

GONGAS. BILL — 24 Jordan St. — 922-5896 — 10.11.12 Varsity Baseball — Varsity Bas- 
ketball. Varsity Football 10.11,12. 

GOODWIN, ED — 364 Elliot St. — 922-3537 

GOODWIN. LANCE — 2 Eleanor Ave. — 922-4218 

GORDON. STEVEN — Flash — 28 Auther St. — 927-4697 — 10, Football — 10,11 Track — 
Winches, Parties, Summer. 

GOURDEAU. GLENN — Porky — 9 Beverly Hills Ave. — 927-2440 — 10, J.V. Hockey, 
Intramurals. Homeroom Secretary — 11, Varsity Hockey, Homeroom Treasurer — 12, 
Capt. Varsity Hockey, Homeroom Secretary, Lacrosse. 

GRAY, DEBBIE — "Queenie" — 8 Dunham Road — 927-35 82 Work study 

GREEN, MARY G. — "Gert" — 10 Colonial Road — 927-6139 

GRIFFIN, MEG — 31 Appleton Ave. — 927-1057, 10 — Winter track, H.R. V.P., 1 1 — House 
council representative. B-house office aid, 12-B House office aid. 

GRIFFIN, PAUL — "Griff" — 57 Hull St. — 927-1130 10,1 1,12— B.H.S. Stage Band. B.H.S. 
Band. 10 — Music man in B.H.S. musical 1 1 — "Sweet Charity", Northeast District, 1 2 
"Hello Dolly", Northeast District Orchestra. MacArthur Park on my knees. Common 
Lane, "I dunno". "I dunno either", L.D., Blue Levis, cheerful me, wasted time at 
Chocorua Ski + Beach club, Tamworth N.H., Poontang-Pdang! Jazz is everything 
emotional, set into musical terms — give it to one, 

GROSS, KURT MICHAEL — 205 East Lothrop St. — 922-6912 10,11,12— Baseball team, 
A.V. club, intramurals, 12 — art club. Wally-0., Chim., and Bates, getting back in 
M-103 

GRYZBINSKI. ANNE — 40 Parramatta Rd. — 922-4572 10,11.12, French club, 10 J.V. Bas- 
ketball, "The Music Man" 11 — indoor track, 11,12. The Ledger Staff. National Honor 
Society. 

GUZOWSKI. JANET — 19 Mason St. — 922-8367 10.11.12 Intramurals, 10,11,12 powder- 
puff football- Powder-puff- 

HADOEN. BRUCE — 9 Bisson St. — 922-0165 10,1 1 ,1 2 Indoor, outdoor track, 10 football. 
11 — head class marshal!. 

HAIBON. BETH M — 47 Pearson St. — 927-0608 10 J.V. cheering, H.R. V.P.. 1 1.12. football 
cheering. 1 1 H.R. Pres. 12 H.R. Treas. A soph, named Badeal and "Kitty". 

HAND, EARL — 23 Blaine Ave. — 927-3864 

HANNABLE, DAVID — "Hannah ' — 96 Bisson St —922-4032 10,1 1 .12 Intramurals, 10J.V. 
BaskPtball, 11 basketball 12 lacrosse. 

HARNEY, JOHN — 97 Corning St. — 922-1471 10,1 1 ,1 2 Tennis 

HARRINGTON, FRANK — 13 Lenon St. — 927-5712 

HARTING, BRUCE — 20 Temi Road — 922-4701 10,11 Fire box monitor. Miller. Molson, 
Michelob 

HARWOOD. JAMES — 10 Red Rock Lane — 922-5499 Took part in health clinic in senior 
year. Study halls and snack bars. 

HATCH. CAROLINE — 3 Goodyear St — 922-3875 

HAYES, WILLIAM — "Bill" -fS TSonning Road — 922 -67To^ 0.ll.12 Basketball. Basket- 
ball. Senior week. L P. ' "' — ~ ' 

HAYWARD, NANCY — 18 New Balch Street, 922-3199 Three-day weekends. Christmas 
vacation, February vacation, April vacation, summer vacation, and just vacations in 
general. 

HEAPHY, SUE — "Shiny" — 14 Longmeadow Road, 922-2081. 

HEGARTY. TIMOTHY C — Hegs" — 18 Conner Road. 927-4829. 10. J.V. Basketball. 
10,11,12, Varsity Basketball, Alternate Homeroom Representative, 12. Lacrosse. 

HEGARTY. TOM — "Bert" — 18 Conner Road. 927-4829. 10. J.V. Basketball. Intramurals. 
11. Sr Road Race. Manager Varsity Basketball. Spring Track. 12. Executive Board. 
H.R, President, Manager Varsity Basketball. Spring Track. Intramurals. Aegis, 

HELLER. ROBERT — 45 Country Way. 927-1124. 10, Franco French Exchange. A V.. 11. 
"Caesar Oh Caesar" lead role, H.R. Treasurer, A.V. 12. French Exchange. "Hey. Ham- 
let'" (Polonius). A.V,. Volleyball Club. H.R. President. Senior Week. Trampoline. 
Judy s water skiing. "Caesar Oh Caesar". "Hey. Hamlet!" 

HEMENWAY, ROBIN — "Ernie" — 18 Iverson Road, 922-7470. 10. J.V. Basketball Cheer- 
leading. Flag Squad, main office aid. 1 1. Varsity basketball cheerleading. Pantheretts. 
Ledger. House Council Representative Alternate, 12, House Council Representative, 
Varsity Basketball Cheerleading, Feature Editor Ledger. National Honor Society, 
"Noonee sox , pigeon droppings, the Hick. Manilow. the Florinimobile. RH^. Frisbee, 
Green M&Ms. WW, TEX, HUTCH. CHANG, and ACE. 

HENEBURY, JENNIFER — 17 Webber Avenue, 927-1692. 

HENSHAW. ALAN — 42 Bow Street, 927-1807 

HEPBURN, CINDY — 6 Ridgewood Terrace, 927-2780, 

HERLIHY, STEPHEN — 11 Judson Street, 927-1040 

HERSEY, DON — "Bar" — 39 Chase Street, 927-2919 10, J V Soccer, 11,12, Varsity 
Soccer 

HICKS, PAMELA — "Pam" — 31 7 Essex Street, 922-0691 1 0, Chorus, 1 1 , Junior Class Play 
Usherette, Graduation Usherette 10,11,12, H R Treasurer. Chocolate-chip ice-cream, 
Happy, having fun times with special fnends 



HICKEY, CATHERINE — "Cathy" — 202 Greenwood Avenue, 922-5787. 11,12, Swim team. 
"Go for it", swimming, Donny Osmond Fan Club, "Green M&Ms ', Vice President. 
J.L.H.C., getting kicked out of the library, strawberry ice cream. Rollar Palace. 'MJ 
and her RC", blackmail. 

HILLS, RANDY — 7 Scott Street. 927-1973. 

HOGAN. JOHN — 30 County Way, 922-5466 

HOGAN, LAURIE — "Laurie" — 33 Millbrook Rd, — 922-0795. 10.11 — Basketball intramu- 
rals. homeroom treasurer, 10 — pep squad, flag football, intramurals. slave day, 12 — 
homeroom intramurals. homeroom treasurer. R.L.. June 22. 1979, Styx concert, beach 
parties, senior week. L.B. in the music room, M,B, 2V2 years. 

HOGAN. VALERIE — Val" — 30 County Way — 922-5466. 10 — C-house council represen- 
tative. 11 — junior class executive board, participated in "Caesar Oh Caesar", co- 
author of "Hey. Hamlet", basketball cheerleading. 12 — participated in "Hey. Hamlet", 
head varsity basketball cheerleader, senior class play. Spending great times with J.L.. 

J.B., B.H., B.B,, K.G., etc . . . 

HOLLAND, SALLY E. — "Big S"' — 32 Dartmouth St. — 922-0662. 11 — Yearbook staff. 
Weekend in Maine. B.S.. Datsun. Parties, skiing, summer. 

HOMAN. LINDA — 7 Munroe St. — 922-8443. Teri's car. and splitting S.C. with L.B. 

HOWARD. ELAINE A. — "Toni" — 27 Pond St. — 927-4172. 10 — Class vice-president. 
1 1,12 — trench club, A.F.S., homeroom v. p., 11 — "Caesar Oh Caesar". 12 — student 
council secretary. B-House president, football cheerleader, student advisory commit- 
tee, french exchange. Summer. Freudian slips, the Wizard of Oz, Medford conven- 
tions. Cape Cod. the Eiffel tower, canoeing, green hats, football games, Christmas and 
the muppets, 

HUGHES, SALLY L. — 14 Somerset Ave. — 927-2336. Intramural basketball, volleyball — 
10.11.12. Family, friends and summer, traveling, sleeping, pay-day. 

HUNTLEY. DAWN E. — 6 Cornell Rd — 927-6636. 10.1 1 ,12 — homeroom secretary. 11 — 
Yearbook staff. Skiing, money, weekends. Trans Am's. 

HUTCHINSON, FRED — 14 Foster Dr. — 922-4164. 10.1 1 — baseball, intramural volleyball. 
10 — Poodle jumping team, ice cube collection. 11 — soccer, obnoxious team. 12 — 
Yearbook staff, firesquad, secretary of intramural council, lighting crew for "Hey, 
Hamlet", wrestling team, senior class play, all American obnoxious team. 

JADWIN, SUSAN — "Javelinhead" — 12 Jewett Rd. — 922-0559. 10,11,12 — gymnastics, 
A-House representative, 12 — Aegis, Beverlega, Ledger, "Hey, Hamlet". Football 
games, friday nights, J.C., D.K., + M.L., the expert slope at Pleasant Mtn., lacrosse 
games in the rain, 1/15/79, sitting in C-207 with nothing to do, teaming it with Marc. 

JAMESON, CYNTHIA A. — "Cindy" — 42 Echo Ave. — 922-3865. 10,11,12 — H.R. vice 
president, 10,11 — volleyball. Skiing, Blue Nun, parties and listening to Lynard 
Skynard's Freebird. 

JASON. CHRISTOPHER — "Jase" — 16 Walnut Ave. — 10,11,12,— Intramurals, 10,11 — 
soccer, 10 — H.R. president, 11 — "Caesar Oh Caesar", 12 — lighting crew for "Hey, 
Hamlet". 

JASTRZEMBSKI, RICHARD — "Jas" — 21 Mason St. 927-2973. 10,11,12, Soccer, 10 — 
Indoor track, 11 — Intramurals, lifting with the football team, 12 — Wrestling. 

JOHNSON, BARRY — 20 Mulberry St, 922-1212. 10 — H.R. Pres. 1 1 ,12 — Intramurals. The 

Who, Folly Hill, Common, my bottle. 
JOHNSON, DAVID — 

JOHNSON, DEBBIE — "Deb" — 108 Colon St. 922-2574. 11 — Hockey cheerleader, 12 — 

Capt. Hockey cheerleader. Las Vegas, Mexico. 
JOHNSON, JODI — 20 Mulberry St. 922-2017 
JOLY, PAM — 

JULIEN. CLAIRE — 16 Garfield Ave. 
JUNG, HEIDI — R5 Wilkins Ter. 
KARIORES — 40 Appleton Ave. — 927-0602 

KASS. ANDREA M. — Andy — 34 Greene St. — 922-7623— lOth-Girls Basketball, Varsity 
Softball Team llth-Varsity Softball, Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Treasurer 12th 
— Varsity Softball, Homeroom Treasurer, Intramurals, Powder Puff Football — skiing 
down moguls in N.H. and camping in the summer with my knife. 

KEYES, CAROLYN — Keyesie — 69 Sohier Road — 922-6736 — 1 1th — Powder Puff 
Football 12th — Captain Girls Soccer team, Powder Puff Football — Graduating, "Go 
for It" 

KILLEEN, DIANE — 396 Cabot St, — 927-0999 

KLINE. DOUG — 6 Parsons Drive — 922-8017 — 10th — Football. Lacrosse — 11th — 
Football, lacrosse. National Honor Society, cast of "Caesar Oh Caesar". Boys' State — 
12th — Football. Lacrosse. National Honor Society, cast of "Hey Hamlet" — Hurd 
stadium on a Saturday in fall . . . Deanna Nardella . , . Beverly 13 Salem 9 . . . "You 
look okay" . , . The Kinks . , . Jill's House . . . 4:00 movie . . . Disease and corrup- 
tion ... a mile hike in ski boots . . . LIFE 

KNUUTTILA, JEAN — Mouth — 14 McArthur Rd. — 922-5749 — '79 "Hey Hamlet" — Friday 
nights on Flynn Ave,, Nicks after nightfall, 4th period bathroom run. Dogface A.B.'s 
dancing on the night from star to star. — GO for senior week, screwdrivers. Good luck 
CJS. JLRB 

KOPPANA. WILLIAM — Spaceshot — 28 Wellmen St. — As few as possible 
KRAFT, LISA — 10 Temi Rd. — 922-8556 

KRAVETZ. MARK — Kravetz — 27 Colgate Road — 927-0609 — 10th — golf. Tennis. 
Intramurals — 11th — Soccer. Tennis. Intramurals — 12th — Tennis. Intramurals, 
Volleyball club — Lunch with Jas 

LABONTE, LAURA — 25 Liberty St — 922-8959— idth, 11th, 12th, B.B. Club 

LABRIE, LORI — Debree — 29 Jordan Street — 922-8729 — JV Basketball Cheerleader — 
11th, 12th Varsity Football Cheerleader — Partying, swimming, gymnastics, eating, ice 
cream 

LAMONDE. CYNTHIA — 72 Bridge St. 
LANE. JOHN — 18 Madison Ave. — 927-7374 

LANG, THERESA— "Terri" - 115 Bridge Street — 922-2357 — 11th, 12th chorus — 12th 
Art club 

LANGLAIS, MICHAEL — 32 tafi Ave. — 922-7302 — Mr. Ozaowskis hard classes, listening 
to Music, basketball 

LAPENNA. JOANNE — Smelldog — 75 Livingstone Ave. — 927-0959 — 10 — basketball 
cheerleader. JV Softball. B-house Treasurer — 1 1 — Tennis team. Softball team. Gym- 
nastics team. Homeroom President, A.F.S. Club — 12 — Tennis captain Gymnastics 
Caprain, A.F.S. Club President, Outing Club, Senior-At-Large — J.T. at Harvard 
Stadium, Fall, crushing D.H.S., C.L. + E.H., chocolate chip ice cream, with jimmies, 
P.F., my clean locker, to be nobody but — yourself, in a world that's trying it's hardest 
to make you everybody else, is to fight the hardest battle and never stop fighting 

LARSON, STEPHEN — Steve — 648 Hale St. — 922-6537 

LAUNSBY, CHUCKY RICHARD JR. — Buck — 1 12 Bridge St. — 922-7547 — 10 — Student 
C. Treasurer — 11 — StudentC. Treasurer, music marathon — 12 — "Hey Hamlet " 
Orchestra — Making music with the warlock band and putting a smile on S.D. 

LAWLER, JENNIFER — Jenny — 33 Andover Rd. — 927-1007 — H.R. Secretary 3 yrs. Aegis, 
Art club — 114 Drive-in, Nick's Roast Beef, White wine, the green hornet, the Rolling 
Stones at 18 Temi Rd., 4 A.M. Rendezous. 



176 



LAWLESS, CHRISTINE — "Chris" — 1 Thomas Rd. 927-1402. 10— French club, intramu- 
ral volleyball, french exchange, 11 — "Caesar Oh Caesar", swim team, yearbook, 12 — 
Soccer, swim team, H.R. treas., senior class play, yearbook. "Go for it!". Mash 3436. 

LAWRENCE, THOMAS L. — "Chang" — 62 Corning St. 922-3691. 10-11 Band, 11-12 Stage 
band, 11 — "Sweet Charity" Orchestra, N.H.S., 12 — "Hey Hamlet!", Tri-M — Presi- 
dent, Sister Rosetta Stone Fan Club. Fried octopus, Maynard Ferguson, W.W., Ernie, 
Hutch, Ace, and Tex. 

LEBEU RENEE YVONNE — 5 Amherst Rd. 927-1631. 10 — Field hockey, basketball, 
Softball, Neil Young. Rockport quarries, cold duck, my letter on the arm of Gino! Me 
and Jennys trip with F.H. flag. 

LEBLANC, RICHARD — "Tank" — 39 Walcott Rd. 927-1347. 10-11-12 Intramural football, 
basketball, and volleyball. Sports, working and my girlfriend. 

LEE, DIANE — 9 Beaver St. 922-3930. 10-11 Indoor track, spring track, 12 — Soccer. Loud 
music, parties, sports, talking on the phone. 

LEGAULT, MICHELLE — "Mickey" — 6 Ropes St. 927-3120. 10-11 B-House Aide, 10 — 
Chorus, 11 — Main office aide and switchboard. Dancing, going out with friends, 
talking to teachers. 

LEIGHTON, JOHN — "Johann" — 14 Pratt Ave. 922-9236. Stratomatic baseball on Fhday 
night. 

LEMELIN, MICHELLE — "Mitch" — 22 Cox Ct. 927-2907. 10 — H.R. Representative, 11 — 
Intramurals, 12 — H.R. Vice president, powderpuff football. Ski trips, watching foot- 
ball games on Saturday afternoon 

LESTER, ROBIN — 18 Temi Rd. 927-2823. 10-11-12 H.R. Treas. French Club treas., 11,12 
French Exchange program Pres., Aegis 12, Nick's Roast Beef, 1 14 Drive-in, The Green 
Hornet, Leo the Lion, 4 a.m. rendezvous at 33 Andover Rd. 

LEVASSEUR, JIM — 9Devon Ave,, 927-1892. 10, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Intramurals; 

11, Baseball, Intramurals: 12, Baseball, Intramurals. 
LEVESQUE, CAREN — 6 Leech St. 10,11,12, Field Hockey, Softball; 10,11, Intramurals. 

LEVY, JILL — 10, GAPP; 11, GAPP; 11,12, A,F.S., Recording Secretary, Swim Team Man- 
ager, Powder Puff Football. Ice cream, friends, the beach, MY house, James Taylor, 
Cat Stevens, Bob Seger, mellow music, Miriam s parties, sailing, sunsets, Israel, and ' 
. . . and until we meet again someday, may God hold you in the palm of his hand and 
the memories that we have shared linger on and on." — an old Irish saying. 

LIACOS, JEFF — 7 Northern Ave., 927-1766. 12, Trade School President, 

LOCKERMAN, ROBERT — "Bob" — 14 Heather St., 922-4441. 10.11,12, Intramurals, Di- 
plomacy Club. Partying. 

LORD, CHRIS — "Lordy" — 22 Garfield Ave., 927-3176. 10,11,12, Hockey, Intramurals; 12, 
Executive Board. BEER. 

LOSPENNATO, STEVEN — 571/2 Essex St., 927-3645. 10, H.R. Vice President. J.V. Basket- 
ball; 11,12, B-House Treasurer, Spring Track, Outing Club; 11, J.V Basketball, Diplo- 
macy Club; 12, Varsity Basketball, "Hey, Hamlet!". Baracuda breath. How long have ya 
had a weak back, J.N.?, Smoke LoCh, Eddie Shack Rides Again, Is that VALID?, Miss 
Lucil?, Hey, Hue. Rat Vomit. 

LUCET.CAROL — 35 Ashton St.. 922-6854. 10. Sophomore Executive Board. Gill's Softball 
Team; 11. N.H.S.. Spring Track. A.F.S.; 12. N.H.S.. Girls' Cross Country Track, Indoor 
Track, A.F.S. Wacky Wednesdays, 'Swimming with E.M.S.D., and M.Z.'s parties, coke. 

LUNDRIGAN, CHARLES — "Chuck ", "Chuckie " — 3 Kittredge St., see your directory for 
assistance. Who really cares? If anyone is actually interested, see me for more infor- 
mation. Mr. Smith's rendition of "Todays morning announcements ", and Doc Fisher's 
famous repetitions. 

LUNO, FREDRICK J. — "Fred" — 46 Bellvue Lane, France. 10,11,12, V.LW. Fan Club, the 
How to be Popular Club, Typing Club, 1 in 1000, "Chicks and beer ", breeding horses. 
Little johnny K. 

MACDEARMID, CHRISTINE — " Chris" — 40 Cogswell Ave., 922-4296. 10, Chorus; 11, H.R 
Secretary; 12, H.R. Secretary, " Hey Hamlet!"". Playing raquetball, dancing, roller skat- 
ing. 

MACDONALD, NANCY E. — 14 Frankwood Ave., 922-4676. Good people, summers, par- 
ties. H.R. B-204. 

MACDONALD. SHARI — 42 Williams St.. 922-8153. 10, H.R. President, winter and spring 
track; 11, "Caesar, Oh, Caesar""; 12. "'Hey. Hamlet!". Pantherette. H.R. President. Sr. 
Class Play Committee. Expeditions with D.P.. S.E.. and K.R., irritating the librarians, 
being a star. 

MACLEOD, JANE E. — 14 Jackson St., 922-2494. 10. H.R. Secretary, J.V. Basketball Cheer- 
leader; 11. Varsity Basketball Cheerleader. H.R. Treasurer. Marshall; 12. Varsity Foot- 
ball Cheerleader. H.R. Secretary. "Hey. Hamlet! ". Saturdays at Hurd. M.A.. Honey Pie. 

MAHONEY. STEPHEN J. — " Bones " — 5 Stewart Ave.. 922-7025. Before school. Friday 
nights, Mr. Oz, money. 

MANFRA, PHYLLIS E. — " Fred" —406 Manor Rd., 922-1738. 10,11, Band; 10, Basketball, 
Softball; 11, Intramurals; 12, Tennis, Skiing, sports, music. 

MANZO. PAUL A. — 35 Parramatta Rd.. 927-2925. 10. Photo Club, Summer Supplement 
Staff; 11, Pres Photo Club, Yearbook Staff, 9 in Winston-Salem, N.C., Insane Coho 
Lips; 12, 8EVERLEGA! Editor-in-Chief, Pres. Photo Club, Outing Club, special asst. to 
Mr. Lawrence (Hey, Hamlet!), V.P. Tri-M., Union of Flightless Birds, Ch. 689. Bruce"s 
puns. Emergency Yearbook Meetings, the PUB. Guthrie. Denver. Simon. Taylor and 
Ferguson. Dr. Pepper, Star Trek, Ernie, Hutch, Ace, Tx and Chang, B.J. and Paul C. 
from Chicago, the untorgetable Libby H., Penguins, Gil Eagles and Nellie Kim, Joyce 
G. 

MARCOS, BETH — 1 Andover Road, 927-1496. 10,11,12, H.R. Treasurer, winter track, 
Beverlega, 1 1 , Mr. B's Memorial Day Assembly, 12, Fall Soccer Team, Tri-M Treasurer. 
Running with L. Bitch, B.H., H.G., B.F., driving with Spaz, Joyce s Hatchback, Locker- 
room parties, Hulkless, L.D., emergency yearbook meetings, H.R. B-204. being lost in 
Salem without L.M.. pancake breakfast. Molson. teaming it with dad. D.G. s fan club, 
trying to figure out J.N. 

MARSHALL. SCOTT T. — " Scott " — 423 Essex Street, 927-0062. 10, Photography Club, 11, 
Intramural Volleyball, Football, Photography Club, 12, Photography Club, Ledger. Keg 
parties, easy talking chicks. 

MARSHALL, TOM — 43 Balch St — 927-6373 — Golf 10,11.12. Golf Cap. 12. Hockey 10.11. 

MARTIN. LINDA — 9 Parsons Dr. — 927-1493 — H.R. Pres. 10.11.12. Student Advisory 
Board. Class Sec. 10. Summer, The Beach, Music. Friends, B-204, Pancake Breakfast. 

MARTIN, THOMAS J. — " El " — 9 Bartlett St — 927-2509 — Hockey 10,11,12, Football 
10,12. Playing the Piano. 

MASFORROLL, ANGELA MARIE — " Ang " — 759 Hale St. — 922-4611 — H.R. Sec. 
10,11.12 

MAXNER, SCOTT — "Max " — # 3A Clifford Ave, — 927-3907 — Basketball 10.11.12. 
Intramurals 10.11, H.R. Treas. 10, H.R. Pres. 11, Student Council 12, Lacrosse 12, N.H. 
bike trip with J.B and his r.t.s. and his gasps for air. Staying Alive with D A. behind the 
wheel sober, Eddie's Chemistry Class, Fond memories of our B B C. 

McCarthy, MARIJANE — 16 Dearborn Ave. — 922-8081 — Swim Team 11,12, H.R Sec 
10, French club 10, H.R. Rep. 11, "Caesar Oh Caesar ", Model U.N. in New Hampshire 
11,12, H.R. Vice Pres. 12, " Hey Hamlet,"". " Go for it!"", S T., Getting kicked out of the 
Library, Me and my R.C., President J L.H.C., Green M + M"s, Rollerskating, M*A'S"H 
3436, Getting nabbed, V W.'s (yellow). Floating to Breakfast, A crazy Physico class and 
the best class to graduate from B.H.S. 

Mccormick, Patrick — " Mac " — 44 Courtney Dr. — 927-4094 — Cross Country 11, 
Work Study 12, Baseball, Swimming, Football. 

McGURN. ROSS F — "Roscoe " — 186 Bridge St — 927-2537 — Kim. 



McKENNA. JON — 10 Longview Ter — 922-3182 — Soccer 10.11,12, Basketball 10. Indoor 
track 11. 

Mclaughlin. JOANNE — " Rox " — 15 Porter Ter. — 922-1316 — Intramurals 10. Panth- 
erettes 11. Hockey cheerleader 12. 

McMAHON, MICHAEL — " Mike" —42 Charnock St. — 927-7458 — Theater 10,11, Playing 
the Guitar, Tennis, Girls. Record, Connecting. 

Mcpherson, MARY E. — ' Mare " — 229 Glenwood Ave. — 922-2407 — Office Aide 
10,11,12, Chorale 10, Color Guard 11, Flag Squad 12, "Music Man ", " Hello Dolly,"" Mr, 
Drouin, Mr. Novak, Mr. Lynn, Band Members, Food, Money, Parties with my friends 
and cousins. Black Cars. 

MEHU, JOSIANE — 601 Manor Rd. — 927-3920 — Flag Squad 10,11. Chorus 10,11,12. 
Dancing, Tennis, Traveling, Watchmg Professional Football on T.V., Bike Riding, Rol- 
ler Skating. 

MEHU, ROMAULD — ""Romeo " — 601 Manor Rd. — 927-3920 — Soccer 10,1 1,12, Track 
10. Karate, Girlfriend. 

MELANSON, JANIS — " Butkus" — 109 Grover St. — 927-5271 — Field Hockey 10,11.12, 
Intramurals 10.11.12. H.R. Pres. 10.11.12. Softball 10,11, J.V. Basketball Cheerleader 

10, Marshall 11. Powderpuff 12. N.H. S. 11 , Vice Pres of N.H.S. Eating, Saucy, Squeezo, 
Bee (8:30), Stowcone?. T.H. 

MERCALDI, SUSAN — "Merc " — 5 Evelyn Rd. — 922-61 14 — Chorus 10,11,12, Flag Squad 
11,12, Concert Choir 11,12, Girlsquire 10, B.H.S. Musical 11. Music, Drama 

MIGNEAULT, GLEN — 9 Radcliffe Rd. — 922-8497 — Outing club 11.12. Ledger Reporter 

11, Soccer 12, H.R. Vice Pres. 12. 

MIRANDI, DAVID — "Mando " — 22 Porter Street, 922-4201. 11,12, Intramural Football. 
Basketball, and Volleyball. 10.11.12. Lacrosse, Drinking Team. Mike Furnari in 
Oceanology and Freddie Hammond in Validville. 

MITCHELL. CHERYL — 26 Northern Avenue. 922-4433. Rockport Quarries, summer, ski- 
ing. Alton Bay N.H.. camp. 

MITCHELL. SHERRY — 150 Dodge Street. 927-1686. 

MITCHELL. TRACEY — " Spacey" — 8 Jewett Road. 922-4069. 11.12. main office aid. 
10,1 1,12, getting high, getting Alzero. Partying down the Willows with Becky, Tracey, 
Marge, Sherry, and the whole gang. Our Fantastick " Trips " (ha, ha). Plus a night at the 
Pilgrim Motel which none of us will ever forget, ha Becky. Our famous saying 
■"Pleaase!" 

MODUGNO, CHRISTINE — ""Chris"" — 22 Walker Road, 922-5532. 10, Play writing, "Caesar 
Oh Caesar ". My tx)yfriend, chocolate pudding, being with friends, vacations, catching 
rays, the beacU at night. 

MODUGNO. CYNTHIA — 1 Colgate Road. 927-1950. 

MOFFETT. ROBERT — " Bob " — 7 Warren Street. 922-4613. 10,11.12. H.R. Alternate Rep- 
resentative, H.R. Vice President, Ledger, Intramurals, Lumberjack Squad. Class Play 
Reading Committee, Puddle Jumping, Club, R.&P. Squad, Panther Pitt, Class Play, 
Over-throw of the Show. Money, Graviss, free periods, sleeping, instigating, skiing, 
boating, waterskiing. The Cars, Eagles, Styx, Foreigner, Aerosmith; FH, MB, KC, RM, 
CM, 

MOLONEY, JOSEPH F., Jr. — " Jobo " — 38 Whitney Avenue, 922-5988. 10,11,12, Cross 
Country, Indoor Track, 10.12. Outdoor Track. 11. H.R. Treasurer. 12. Cross Country 
Team Captain. 

MOONEY. RICHARD — "BooBoo Kitty " — 95 Baker Avenue. 922-9596 10.11,12. Student 
Council Representative, band. Jazz Rock Ensemble. 10. Spear Catching Club, 12, 
Drum Major. Selling Spud Beer to the Boat People of BHS, especially to D.W., P.G. 
and J.S., Buddy s Memorial Day Assembly!, The night I saw Ray s van rocking. Na- 
tional T.V. debut. Life is a . . . with Gilda Radner Live, finding Ocelot Spleens sauted 
in brain fluid on the library, celebrating Mr. Bill day at the Dude Ranch, Duck Hunting 
Club, etc . . . 

MOODY, VIRGINIA A. — " Ginny " — 22 School Street, 927-0266, 10, Spring Track, 11, 
Spanish Club, 12, Soccer Cheerleading. Spaghetti, my boyfriend, skiing, strawberry 
shakes, Tweety Bird and Daffy Duck. 

MOROSE, TONY — 5 Easton Avenue, 922-5213. 

MORRIS, GARY — 10 Wellesly Road, 922-5010. 11,12, Outing Club. 

MORRIS, KAREN A. — " Merc " — 10 Wellesley Road, 922-5010. 10.11,12, Field Hockey, 
Intramurals, 10, Spring Track, 12, Powderpuff. 

MORRISON, PEGGY — 6 Whitney Avenue, 922-4449. 

MORRISSEY, DAVID — " Dave " — 2 Burton Avenue, 927-2616. 10.11.12. Vocational, Trade 
School Keg Parties. 

MORSE, MICHAEL — " The Ge man " — 26 Lexington Drive, 922-6469. 11, Spring Soccer. 
Alice Cooper — " School's Out for the Summer " and getting kicked out of the library, 
Molson s Golden Ale, Soccer and Karate and the V.B.T. Club, summee on the beach, 
saying F.O.A.D. 

MORSE, STEVE — "Morsey " — 55 Winthrop Avenue, 927-1244. 10, H.R. President, Intra- 
murals, Stooge Club, 11, Rush Club, Pearl, Slingerland, Sonar Club, Intramurals, 12, 
H.R. President, Executive Board, Wrestling, Heeb. Lacrosse. Curly, Beefcake, Niel 
Peart, Double Bass. Pearl, and the rowdy concert halls. 

MORSE. SUSAN — "Sue " — 5 Nelwood Terrace — 922-6816 10 C-House council. 

German-American exchange, intramurals. field hockey. H.R. V.P.. 11 Essex Aggie. 

future farmers of America. Mac's. Roger 1 2 Outing club, senior class play committee, 

""Walking in the rain ", "Soap, soap, soap "! Achilles farm. Bomber, Grateful Dead; 

" What a Long Strange Trip it s Been"! 
MULCAHEY, CHARLES — 631 Cabot St. — 922-9054 
MUMBAUER, BRIAN — 12 Bennett St. — 927-0416 

MURPHY, DOUGLAS P. — "Murf " — 59 Hull St. — 922-4408 10,11,12 Basketball, 12 
volleyball club. 

MURPHY, KELLY — 11 Eisenhower Ave. — 927-5391 10.11,12 Art club, 11.12 tennis. 11 
H.R. V P. " Caesar. Oh Caesar ". 12 H.R. Rep Tennis, art. 

MURRAY. STEVE — " Murph" — 73 Hale St — 922-6867 10,1 1,12 Indoor track, 10 tennis 1 1 
outdoor track. 12.11 Quebec ski trip. — Not working. 

NACK. MARIANNE — 34 Sunnyvale St — 927-3056 11 " Sweet Charity ". 12 " The Mouse 
That Roared"", "Hamlet ". — Green m&m s, feeding band fags at lunch, "Go for it ", 
guys in tights, people who are always stealing my pen. cast parties, poo-poo platers. 

NARDELLA, SUSAN S. — " Sue " — 12 Harrison Ave —922-4976 10 Soph —at large, 11 Jr. 
— atlarge, 10,11 Buckley council, main student council, executive board, basketball 
cheerleader, 11 class play 12 football cheerleader, secretary, sr. class treas.. Hey 
Hamlet ". Football, fall beaches, dreams, clouds. Sally Mulligan, fnends 

NASON, DAVID — " Nas " — 2 Berkeley Ave —922-0909 10,1 1 .1 2 Football 1 1 ,12 Quebec ski 
trip. 

NEGRON, LUIS — 9 Mill St — 922-0142 10 x-country 11 wrestling team 

NEGROTTI. CHRISTOPHER — " Nigs" — 20 Giles Ave. — 927-2272 1 0. 1 1 . 12 Intramurals. — 
Karate 

NELSON. JANICE — 64 Bridge St. — 922-1927 

NELSON. LORI — Nels — 8 Pierce Ave 927-2729. 10.11.12 — Music deparlment. 10 — 
Basketball, gymnastics. 1 1 — "Caesar Oh Caesar ". 12 — "Hey. Hamlet!" Good times 
outside at lunch with Karen. Scott, Mike T , Mike M., and all the good times at the pep 
rallies we had 

NELSON, ROBERT — "Bob " — 617 Essex St. 922-4873 11,12 — Math team, 
NESBITT, JOHN — 18 Colonial Rd 922-6280 Drinking, tripping, smoking Coke. 



177 



NEWMAN, PAUL K. — 21 Windsor Rd- 927-1451. 

NORRIS, MARIA J. — "Judy" — 3 Palmer Rd. 922-4461. 10,11 — Cross country, indoor 
track. 10 — Spring track. 11 — Graduation marshal 1, 12 — H.R. V.P., Senior class play. 
Pina colada jellybeans, flat tires and flat spare tires, "Hi Judy, hi Judy", driving with 
C.S. and her invisible, marble cheese cake. 

NOVAK. CHERYL — "C.W." — 40 Folly Pond Rd. 922-5853. 12 — Senior class play. Surf- 
ing, blue eyes, B.J.'s notes, laughter. S&H, J&D. warm beaches, crooked smiles, and 
the sky 

NUCCIO. MARYBETH — "Nuch" — 4 Kelleher Rd. 922-7413. 10 — "Music Man". "Girl 
Crazy", Spanish club award, International fair. 11 — "Ceasar Oh Ceasar", "Charity", 
"Mouse That Roared", gymnastics team. Memorial day assembly. H.R. V.P., car wash. 
12 — "Hamlet". "Hello Dolly", senior class play, yearbook staff, outing club. Fall, 
walking beaches. Dana, horses, skateboarding, rollerskating, and photography. 

O'BRIEN. STEPHEN JR. — "O.B." — 56 West St. 927-5657. 

OCCHIPINTI, LOUIS — "Louie" — 21 Gage St. 927-5421. Soccer, boxing. Lobsters, roast 
beef. Three is Company, Mork & Mindy. 

O'CONNOR, DAVID — 9 Bisson St. 922-3303. 

O'DONNELL, KERRY — 7 Clark Ave. 922-0470. 

O'GORMAN, KIMBERLY — "Kim " — 2 Colgate Rd. 927-7481. 10,11,12 — Spanish club, 
10,11 — Field hockey, 11,12— United nations, 12— H.R. President. Go For It! 

O'NEIL, JEFFREY F. — "Me " — 10 Cornell Rd. 922-6862 (call after 5 p.m.) Auto shop. 
Parties, more parties, girls, more girls, bikes. Do it in the dirt. 

ORECHIA, WALTER — "Buckets " — 9 Roderick Ave. 927-1687. 1 0,1 1 — Yearbook staff. 12 

— Art club. H.R. Treasurer. President of A.A. Trans-Am. walking in the snow, Saturday 
Night Live, parties, and sitting in M-103 with M.A., R.C., & K.C. 

O'ROURKE. Julie — Jules " — 10 Holding St. 927-1736. 1 0.1 1 .12 — Band Exchange 10,11 

— H.R. Secretery, "Sweet Charity ", 12 — Band treasurer " Hey, Hamlet!"", "Hello 
Dolly ", stage band. Music, band trips, parties, green & orange M&M"s, bricks. 

OUELLETTE, JUDITH — " Judy"" — 103 Cross Lane. 927-2759. 12 — ""Hey, Hamlet!"", bas- 
ketball, panther, outing club, H.R. President. S.L.. Hi Judy, hi Judy, How funky is your 
chicken V.H.? 

PACE, CARLA — 13 Cornell Rd. 927-5107. 

PAGLIA. FRED — " Pags"" — 43 Story Ave. 927-1429. 10.1 1 .1 2 — Soccer. 12— Lacrosse. 
BSTLV. 

PALAZOUV. ANTHONY J. JR. — " Tony " — 18 Mulberry St. 922-7074, 10.11.12 — Cross 
country, 11,12 — H.R. Treasurer, intramural ping-pong, 10 — Spripg track. Ambition: 
To break down the computer 5 more times before leaving Computer Programer. 

PALAZOLA. JOE — " Joey " — 18 Mulberry St. 922-7074. 11.12 — Basketball manager, 10 — 
Baseball manager, 11 — Tennis team, 12 — Football manager, co-capt. tennis team. 
Fire lanes, going off with friends, tennis with J.L. 

PALUMBO, MARIE — 86 Corning St. 927-1593. 11,12 — Outing club, 11 — " Ceasar Oh 
Ceasar ", photography club, Aegis, math team, 12 — N.H.S. Michael, horses, & mid- 
night adventures. 

PARACHOJUK. ERROL — " Disco " — 11 Andover Rd. 922-1787. 11 — Diplomacy club, 
B.H.S. News, outing club. Studio 54 & New York, New York. 

PARISI, DANA — 6 Dearborn Ave. 922-7386. 

PARISELLA. JANET — " Trixie " — 16 Pierce Ave. 922-6153. The A Club, skipping school, 
cutting class, getting into trouble. North Adams, Bruce Springsteen, partying, party- 
ing and more partying, Chinese firedrills, quee on toast. Neil Young, Mateus Rose, 
Dylan. 

PARKS, ROBERT T. — 106 Conant St. 922-3889. 10,11,12 — Band, math team, A.F.S., 10 — 
Photography club, diplomacy club, H.R. Treas., 11 — H.R. Pres., Whaling club of 
America, 12 — H.R. Rep. to house student council. I leave the hope that many will find 
Christ during their high school stay. 

PARSONS. KATIE — 24 Blaine Ave. 922-5759. 

PAPANDREOU, LESLIE — 30 Bertram St. 927-3670. 10,11 — Class secretery, 11,12 — 
Football cheerleader, N.H.S.. "Hey, Hamlet!"", 10 — J. V. Basketball cheerleader. 12 — 
H.R. Rep. Friends #1. #2. and #3, "and you love it"", flat tires, never leave out #4, and 
#5, Donna Summer ( for J.C.), stop signs and red lights, donuts for J.M. 

PASHOOGIAN. BARBARA M — 3 Carver St. 922-0938. 11,12— Math team, concert quire, 

10 — Accompanist for chorus, 12 — V.P. of chorus, editor of chorus newspaper. 

PEELER, SCOTT— 160 Cooper Ave.. Upper Montclair, N.J. (201) 744-1889. 10,11,12 — The 
Ledger, indoor track. 11,12 — Cross country, spring track, main student council, 

PELLETIER, JAMES — "Pella " — 31 Green St. 922-7029. 10,11,12— Football. The Three 
Stooges, sports, Saturday Night Live. 

PERO, PAUL — 12 Victor Ave. 922-2657. 11 — A-House Representative. Girls, cars, music. 

PERRY, ARTHUR A. JR. — "Jay"" — 87 Odell Ave. 922-9089. High as a kite team. No more 
t-7. 

PETERSON, SUSAN — 102 Corning St. 922-7054. Todd s rainbow suspenders and C.B.M. 
with M.F. & N.S. 

PETRONZIO, PETER — 2 Greenleaf Dr. 927-4128. 10.11,12— Hockey, 10,11 — Soccer, 12 

— C-House President. 

PETROSINO, LISA ANNE — " Stevie " — 24 Goodwin Rd. 922-7895. Fleetwood Mac, Hey 
Debbie, " Real sauage like ", skip days. 

PIA. DAVID — "Dave " — 41 Sonning Rd. 927-3606. 10.11,12 — Chorus, 1 1,12 — Concert 
choir, band, 10 — Tennis team, "Music Man"", photography club, H.R. V.P., H.R. Rep., 

11 — "Sweet Charity ". German exchange, German club, 12 — Tennis team, " Hello 
Dolly ", senior class play. 

PICARIELLO, ANNETTE THERESA — " Pic" — 166 Bridge St. 922-0275. Skating, music. 

PICKELL. LISA M. — "Pickle"" — 70 County Way Ext. 927-2806. 10,11.12— French club, 10 

— Alt. H.R. Rep., indoor track, spring track, intramurals, international fiar, 1 1 — Grad- 
uation usherette, "Ryer. President. Now."" Memorial Day Assembly, 12 — H.R. Se- 
cretery, Beverlega! staff, powderpuff football, French exchange (V.P.), Joe traffic auto 
safety club with John C, Biology lab assistant. Snowdays, Paris in the spring time, Mr. 
Bill and Saturday Night Live. Christmas, "Go for if" Chris' musical potatoes, the 
beach, little kids, and my dearest schlink sisters. 

PIETRINI. JILL — "Trini " — 11 Somerset Ave. 922-4378. 10,11,12 — Cheerleading, intra- 
mural, 10 — H.R. Secretery. Bus ride home with J. Geils, M.C., weekends, winter, 
graduating, Beatles, Firebirds, travel. Miss Piggy. 

PIERCE, WILLIAM E. — " Billy" — 7 New Balch St. 927-5135. 1 0,1 1,12 — Intramurals, 10,11 

— Indoor track, 10 — Cross country, German exchange, H.R. Rep.. 12 — Soccer. 

PIKE. DAVID — " Spike " — 3 Cornell Rd. 922-8242. Work study. Bad Co , Led Zepplin, Pink 
Floyd, 

POLSYFER — "Waddles" — South Pole. 10— Ice skating club, Cousteau Society. 11 — 
Swim team, Audoban Society, Save the Whale Society, 12 — Ice Fishing club. Union of 
Flightless Birds — Chpt. 689, outing club. Esmerelda, fish, formal gatherings. 

POTTER, DEBRA M. — "Debbie " — 6 Corning St. 922-8574. 10 — Cross country, indoor 
track, 11 — Varsity Basketball cheerleader, Marshall, 12 — Varsity Football cheerlead- 
er, H.R. Rep. H.R. Secretery. B.H., L.P., & L.L,, Three of the four muskateers. 

POTTER, TERESA — 65 Kernwood Ave. 922-8619 

PRESUTTI, ANITA — 24 Heather St 922-3893. 10 — H.R. V.P., 11,12 — B-House Student 
Council Rep. Weekends in Maine. B.C., Van Halen, Spike, Peter, Garfield, Christmas, 
August, springtime. 



PURDY, DOROTHY — " Jingles " — 52 Essex St. 927-2749. 10 — Senior class play, 11 — 
Office aide. Tennis, bowling, going to parties. 

PUTUR, JAYNE — 14 Shorten Ave. 922-9522. Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, skating. 

RAFFAEL, MARK — 7 Patti Rd. 922-6733. 10.1 1,12 — Band, Jazz rock, 10,11 — H,R. Pres., 
10 — Intramurals, 12 — Wind Ensemble, musical (orchestra) 

RAMOS, SHARON — 15 Rowell Ave. 922-3457. 10,11 — Cross country, indoor track, 10 — 
Nurses aide, 12 — Indoor track. 

RATHE, GERARD — "Jerry " — 18 Simon St. 927-0904 

REGAN, PATRICIA — " Tricia"" — 15 Gardner St. 922-0647. 11 — "Ceasar Oh-Ceasar"" 
"Sweet Charity ", " The Mouse That Roared ", 12 — " Hey, Hamlet!"', Beverlega, girls 
state. United Nations Contest. Walking along the beach, S.T,, Apollo, Marijane and her 
R.C., Lucifer, torturing peoples faces. Tall Ships. 

REINHOLD, LAUREEN — 86 Dodge St. 922-0390. 10,1 1,12 — Cross country, indoor track, 
11,12 — Outdoor track. Horseback riding, skiing. 

REYNOLDS, MARK — 10 Yale Blvd. 927-2765. 10,11,12— Musical, 10,1 1 — Band, 1 1,12 — 
Chorus, Concertquire. 

RICE, DAVID— "Ricey" — 7 Giddings Ave. 922-8850. 10,11 — Intramurals, outing club, 10 
— J.V. Basketball, 11,12 — Varsity Basketball. 

RICKER, CHARLES — 9 Lothrop St. 927-071 1 . 

RIVARD, GARY — 3 Iverson Rd. 922-8422. 

ROBERTS, KAREN — 5 Chase St. 922-7888 

ROBICHAU, THOMAS — 21 1 Bridge St. 927-0957. 

ROCZEK. ANDREAS — 1801 Broughton Dr. 927-7108. Photography club, outing club, A,V, 
Scuba, bicycling, having no school, and parties. 

ROLLINS, KENNETH S. — "Ken " — 25 Dearborn Ave. 927-0963. 10,1 1 ,12 — Spring track, 
10 — J.V. Soccer, J.V. Basketball, 1 1 — Football, indoor track, 12 — Intramurals. Girls 
and sports. 

ROMAN!, DEBRA — " Deb"" — 24 Winslow Rd. 922-7050. 12 — Intramurals, Soccer cheer- 
leader. Senior class play. The bus rides home, J. Geils, grocery boys, the Red Sox, 
crusin in the purple bomb, M&M s, English Leather. 

ROSUM, DAVID — " Dave " — 20 Home St. 922-1362. 11,12 — Band, 10 — Chorus, 11 — 
" Sweet Charity ", model U.N. Mrs. Schack, Thursday night marching rehearsals with 
Bunt s and J.W.L.R. 

ROSS. ALAN — 10 Dondi Rd. 922-4235. 

ROSSO, LILIAM N. — "Lili " — 32 Ocean St. 927-1324. 11,12— H.R. Treas. 11 — "Ceasar 
Oh Ceasar"". 12 — Theatre Arts l&ll. Capt. of the Color Guard, my favorite trombone 
player, Robert Redford, Barbara Streisand. 

ROWE, CHRISTOPHER — " Chris " — 40 Central St. 922-6968. 11,12 — Soccer 10 — Bas- 
ketweaving III club, 11 — Intramural volleyball. Fire box protection officer, staff 
sergeant, 12 — Hicki Patrol, Kami Kazi Pilot club, convulsion club. Debbies right hook, 
Friday and Saturday nights, York, Miller, S.O.M.F. Patrol II, Hicki women. Dangerous 
Dan, Arnold S., Franco C, and all the tards. 

ROWE, ROBERT M. — " Bob " — 82 Dodge St. 922-3573. 11 — Junior at Large 12— H.R. 

President. "Tomorrow " 
RUSSELL, LISA — 47 Wallis St. 922-9387. 

RYER. JEFFREY ALAN — " Gip " — 59 Corning St. 922-9367. 10 — Soph. Class Executive 
Board, H.R. Pres., Debate team, 11 — Delegate to the Regional Student Advisory 
Council, Student Delegate to the Northeast Regional Education Committee, Student 
Nutrition Advisory Council, Ledger Staff, B-House Jr. at Large. Main Student Council, 
Chairman B-Hive Committee, Chairman Student Advisory Committee to the Beverly 
School Committee, Student Representative to the Beverly School Committee, 12 — 
Senior Class President. The most hated by Mr. B club, Gilda, Ryer. President. Now., 
campaign workers spilling paint on my rug, English Evaluation Committee s gracious 
welcome, auto-accidents, people throwing up in my Volvo, Rte. 127, The Dred-Scott 
Decision, being pompous, and V-neck sweaters. 

SACCHETTI, DEBRA A. — " Debbie " — 62 Glidden St. 922-3592. 10 — Volunteer at Beverly 
Hospital, 11 — Babysitting, drivers Ed. 12 — Dental asst., member of the Y.M.C.A., 
Clothes and a good book. 

SACCHETTI, LOR! JEAN — " Lori"" — 62 Glidden St. 922-3592. 10 — Volunteer at Beverly 
Hospital, 11 — Babysitting, drivers Ed. 12 — Dental asst., member of the Y.M.C.A., 
Clothes and a good book. 

ST. HILAIRE, SCOTT — " Street " — 28 Federal St. 927-2074. 

ST. ONGE, ROBIN — " St. Ongg " — 81 Odell Ave. 927-4305. The outing club. The Bruins, 
basketball, country music, taking it easy, having a good time with friends. 

SALLE Y. BRIAN — " Ozzie" — 53 Western Ave. 922-6140. 10,1 1,1 2 — Football, intramurals, 
11,12 — Lacrosse, N.H.S.. 10-11 — H.R. V.P., 10 — Baseball. Festmobile on a Friday 
night. 

SALLOWAY. REBECCA — " Beckey " — 35 Amherst Rd. 927-3085. 10,11,12 — Yearbook 
- staff, intramurals, 11,12 — H.R. Treas., 10 — Chorus. House parties, summertime. 
Good Harbor Beach, roller skating. 

SAULNIER. LAWRENCE — " Larry" — 12 Charles St. 922-1968. 10,11,12— Musical, intra- 
murals, 1 1 — Ceasar Oh Ceasar, 12 — Senior class play. Theatre & music. 

SAUNDERS, RONALD C. — "Monkey " — 26 Grant St. 927-5273. Lunchtime, and 2:00, 

SAUVAGEAU, PAUL — " Savage " — 183 Hale St. 922-3628. Getting high, shop & lunch. 

SCANZANI, JOHN — "Flash " — 20 Brimbal Ave. 927-4493. 10 — Intramurals, 12 — 
Homeroom V.P., Swimming and jogging. 

SCOTT, GARY — "'Liver" — 70 Lovett St. 11,12 — Indoor track, outdoor track, 12 — Cross 
country, intramurals. 

SCOTT, LEONARD — " Lenny " — 15 Blaine Ave. 927-5136. 10,11,12 — Intramurals, foot- 
ball. 

SEABERG, CHRISTINE A. — " Berg " — 26 Sunset Dr. 927-1661. 10,11,12 — French club, 
10,11 — H.R. Sec, 11 — Basketball cheerleader, '"Ryer. President. Now."", graduation 
usherette, Mr. B"s Memorial day Assembly, 12 — Soccer cheerleader, senior class 
play. 114 — Drive-in, Flat tires, flat spare tires, fish, cheesecake, Blondie"s hairspray, 
the dude ranch and " Hey Mr. Dude! " looking for the Cambridge shop, spending days 
at Good Harbor with Mac, Lisa s musical tomatoes. 

SHAIRS, JOE — 21 Folger Ave. 927-4295. 

SHAW. THOMAS — 33 Odell Ave. 927-5174. Carpentry "A ". 

SHEA, WILLIAM J. — " Bill"' — 30 Echo Ave. 922-2532. 10,11,12— Football, indoor track, 
sphng track, partying, 10,1 1 — H.R. Pres. Getting drunk, smoking, shot-putting, then 
girls (in that order). 

SHERRY, PAMELA — "Pamela Lee " — 26 Dearborn Ave. 922-0943. 10,11 — Sophomore 
orientation, office aide. Aegis, 10 — Senior class play, A.V. aide, car wash, usher, 
x-mas float, 11 — Senior class play, powderpuff football, Spanish club, main office, 
usher. Ledger, pep squad, 12 — Library aide, art club, J.A., haunted house. Parties, 
tennis, bowling, art, talking on the phone, travel. 

SHERWOOD, CARRIE — 2 Longview Ter. 922-9032. 10 — H.R. Representative, 12— H.R. 
Treasurer. 

SHIPP, DIANE — "Shippa" — 485 Elliott St. 922-7991. 10,11 — Intramurals, 10 — H.R. Rep. 
Alt. 11 — Basketball cheerleader, yearbook staff, usherette, 12 — Soccer cheerlead- 
er, H.R. Sec, senior class play. Changing tires on Hale St., days at Good Harbor with 
M.A.C., changing the color of the sand, bus rides with Blondie, her hair spray, and J. 
Geils. 



178 



SHOLDS, RHONDA — 45 Roundy St. 922-7431 

SHOLOMITH, MARTY — "Sholzy" — 12 Gove Ave. 922-6016. 11,12 — Wrestling, 10 — J.V. 
Hockey. Partying. 

SHORT, ROBERT W. — "Shorty" — 3 Radcliff Rd. 927-2069. 10,11,12 — Baseball, 11 — 
Swimming, 12 — Wrestling. RBM, Cheryl Ladd, Ivan Putski, the Omega Man. 

SILVA, SHEILA — "Slim" — 2 Porter St. 927-5566. 12 — H.R. Pres. Working everything out 
with S.L. 

SILVER, JULIE — 27 Bertram St. 922-4396, 10 — Spanish club, 12 — H.R. Rep., Panth- 
erette. Skiing, summertime. 

SILVERSTEIN, JOEL — "Sasquatch" — 14 Conner Rd. 927-1690. 10,1 1,12 — Band, 11,12 

— Stage band, "Sweet Charity". "Hello Dolly". Jazz, not shaving, sixteen measures of 
low "A", '59 Oldsmobiles and 41 Fords, weekends after 12 a.m. 

SIMPSON, MARGARET — "Peggy" — Neptune St. 922-0414. 

SINDONI. CHRISTOPHER A. — "Chris" — 927-0733. Football team, baseball team, wres- 
tling team, drinking team, volleyball club. 

SKONIECKI, JANE E. — 1 Bass St. 927-1897. 10,11,12 — Intramurals, 11 — Basketball 
cheerleader, 12 — H.R. Treas. Skiing, camping, swimming, partying, eating, trying to 
find time to be with G.C. or B.S., staying out of trouble at E.J.'s and getting home 
before 8 the next morning, keeping an eye out for the green renegade (right Sue?) 

SMAGALA, MICHAEL C. — "Smags ' — 32 Pierce Ave. 927-4478. 10.11.12 — Football, 
Tennis, intramurals, 11 — Ledger. 12 — H.R. Rep Alt. Double sessions, keg party, 
dances and the Depot, sports, Hegs Heroes, high school. 

SMALLWOOD, JEANNE — 25 Sunset Dr. 922-9166. 10,11 — Intramurals, 10 — H.R. Sec, 
11 — Yearbook staff, 12 — "Hey, Hamlet" make-up crew. The 16th with C.W.J., ned, 
Gino, Branch, Green Hornet, R.L. s house, P.C., house, Ossipee, Hampton Beach, 
K.N., and my chipmunk. 

SMITH. CAROLYN — 37 Amherst Rd. 927-3964. Indoor track, spring track, H.R. V. Pres. 
Singing beach, Chinese food, S.G., Rusty. Barbara Streisand. 

SMITH, MICHAEL — "Mike" — 273 Rantoul St. 922-6704. 10 — Track. Working at Macs, 
H.R, C — 213, summer vacations. 

SMITH, TIMOTHY — "Smitty"^ 202 Brimbal Ave. 927-2098. 10,1 1,12 — Intramurals, 10 — 
Lacrosse, J.V. hockey, 11 — J.V. hockey. 12 — Varsity hockey, cross country. Heini- 
ken, Molson, Bud, and love triangles. 

SOUCY, JACQUELINE — "Fish" — 37 Sonning Rd. 927-1237. 11,12 — Field hockey, musi- 
cal. Softball, 12 — H.R. V. Pres.. powderpuff. Field hockey, music. 
SPIRIDIGLIOZZI. JEAN — 17 Rezza Rd. 922-7551. 

STACEY, KIM — 17 Kernwood Hts. 922-2392. 10— H.R. Rep., 11 — Pantherette, "Ceasar 
Oh Ceasar", 12 — Work study. The Stones, The Who, trying not to say "Whoa". 

STANTON, DONNA — 2 Ashton St. 927-0861. N.H.S., H.R. officers, math team., BCD and 
BC, and anything but Mr. Skiff's Calc class. 

STEINBERG, ALAN JAY — "Stein" — 154 Bridge St. 927-3318. Skipping gym for all three 
lunches, 

STEPHENSON, SUE — 55 Hillside Ave, 922-3402. 

STERNER, NANCY J — "Nance" — 639 Essex St. 922-6507. 10,11,12 — Intramurals, 10 — 
H.R, Sec, 11 — Usherette at play and graduation, 12 — H.R. Pres., powderpuff foot- 
ball, senior class play. Todd's suspenders. J.H.'s old face, crusin' in the purple 
bomber, raquetball, peanuts, M&M's, camping. 

STONE, BARBARA A. — "Little stoney " — 6 Devon Ave. 927-7732. 1 — Gymnastics, 1 2 — 
Soccer cheerleader. Cheering, my friends, parties, dances. Foreigner, and Van Halen. 

SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN A, — "Kathy" — 6 Thaxton Rd, 922-1404, 10.1 1 ,12 — Intramurals, 
program designer, 11,12 — Pantherette, Ledger staff, H.R, Rep. Alt., 12 — Christmas 
tree seller. Living it up with Flame at the basketball games, winning first place in B.C. 
competition, November 18th. 

SULLIVAN, THOMAS — "Tom " — 27 Lovett St. 927-2056 My homeroom teacher. Miss 
Smeltzer. 

SURELS, ANNE — 433 Cabot St. 922-3764. Jackson Browne, punk rock, southern rock, 
Kenworth Conventional Aerodynes, E.L.P. June 5, 1980. 

SWEENEY, DAVID — 6 Wedgemere Rd. 922-5384. 

SWINDELL, MARY L, — 1 Mark Rd. 922-6407. 10,12— H.R. Pres.. 11 — H.R. Sec, 12 — 
Intramurals. Summer vacation, S.S. 

TALBOT. DON — 15 Doane Ave. 927-1423. 10,11,12— Soccer, water boy for swim team. 
Schoolwork. 

TAMILIO, KATHY — 557 Cabot St. 922-3271 

TAMILIO, LORETTA ANN — "Ret " — 85 Odell Ave. 927-0007. 12— Hockey cheerleader, 
(Panther), H.R. Sec, Good friends, camping. The Who. 

TAMILIO, MARY— "Mar' —85 Odell Ave. 927-0007. 10 — H.R. Sec, intramurals, business 
mgr. for musical, stage crew senior class play, 11 — "Ceasar Oh ceasar", H.R. Pres., 
musical stage crew, 12 — Musical, pantherette. Dancing, horseback riding, being with 
friends. 

TARR, NORMAN — " Norm " — 927-1235. 10,1 1,12 — Photography club. House Rep., 2nd & 
4th period Mac runs. Camaros. Saturday Night Live, Molson. MacDonalds. 

TERRY, CHARLES P. — 530 Essex St. 927-0559, 1 1 ,1 2— Aegis, degrading club, vegetating 
club, 10 — H,R, Rep., cross country, indoor track. Aggrivating librarians. Rush, Marty 
Feldman, Mustangs, poker, Monty Python, whales. " Intense ". 

TERRY, JENNIFER — 22 Cross St. 922-3720. 10 — H.R. Treas. Ricky. 

TIERNEY, DAVID— " Dit " — 49 Pierson St. 922-3099. 10,11,12— Intramurals. 

THERIAULT, CAROLYN — " Shrimpo " — 47 Railroad Ave. 927-7293. Chorus. 

THERIAULT. EILEEN — 55 Rowell Ave. 922-8732. 

THOITS. KEVIN — 34 Hillcrest Ave. 922-0755, 10,11,12 — Intramurals, 10,11 — Alt, H,R, 
Rep., 12 — H.R, Rep, 

THOMPSON, SANDY — 8 Warren St 927-6439. 

THOMPSON, W.W. — "W " — South Pole. 10— Ice skating club, geometry club. 11 — 
Yearbook staff, photo club, Zienia Merton Fan club, I. S.S. A., Italian Organists Society, 
" Bic"' cult, 12— Yearbook co-editor-in-chief, Cousteau Society. Fresh fish, standing 
on top of the tele, Monty Python, Joy Leduc, Arthur Fiedler, radio-active thorium, 
Murphy s law. 

THORNTON. DEBORAH — Debbie" — 35 Dartmouth St. 922-3337. 10,11 — Spanish club, 
11,12 — Executive board, B-House office aide. 10 — H R V P Fleetwood Mac. sun- 
rises & sunsets, skiing, crusin", the sky, yellow, friends, snow, mountains, concerts, 
swimming, hot summer days, parties, and my little buddy Chris. 

TOROYAN, ANNE MARIE — 9 Exeter Rd 922-7812 Mam office aide, photo club, math 
team. N.H.S., nurses office aide, A.F.S. Mr. Lindsey with his unit circle and his com- 
plex number structure. 

TOSCANO, MINIMA — " Nickie" — ll'/jWinfhrop Ave. 922-3409. 10.11 — H.R. Treas.. 11,12 

— Outing club, Pantherette. 10 — Sr. class play business mgr., 11 — Sr. class mar- 
shall. 12 — B-House V P , yearbook staff, Quebec ski trip Skiing, "Go for it ", " You 
infidel ", " Soap, soap, soap ", summertime partying! 

TRAINOR, KEVIN — 441 Cabot St. 922-5284. 

TRICOMI. TINA — 16 Monroe St. 927-7161. 

TRIES, MARK A. — 130 Essex St 927-2124 10.11,12 — Carpentry "A ", Mr Wagner, Mr. 
Killam, Beautiful young women, sunsets, frosty, sociables, and great times with great 
people. 



TRUESDALE, SALLY E. — 14 Adeline Rd. 927-0159. 10.11.12 — Band. 11 — Musical. 
TURNER, DEBBIE — 5 Roosevelt Ave. 922-7357. Flag squad. 

USHAKOFF. MERIDEN — " Ralph " — 43 Lovett St. 927-1928, 10.1 1,12 — Astronomy club, 
German club, 10,12 — Math team, 11,12 — Honor Society, 12 — Musical 1980, senior 
class play Skatboarding. bike riding, traveling, reading, dancing, hanging around 
with friends, shopping. 

VIENT. JUDITH — 390 Rantoul St. 927-1592. 

VINCENT. TINA M. — 494 Elliott St. 927-1981. 10,11 — Intramurals. 10 — Girls track. H.R, 
Rep,, 11 — H.R. V. Pres., 12— H,R. Pres,, co-capt. Pantherette squad, alt, basketball 
panther, business mgr. for musical, powderpuff football. Beaches, sunrises, sunsets, 
generations and being close! 

VITALE, ANTHONY — " Tony " — 54 Corning st. 927-1679, 10.11.12 — Football. 11,12 — 
Spring track, 10 — Baseball. 1 1 — Wrestling, Lunch and Friday nights, 

VITOLO, RINO — 391 Elliott St. 927-3839. 10.1 1 ,12 — Intramurals, 

WALKER. BONNIE JEAN — " Bunny " — 1 Bonad Rd. 10.11,12 — Pep squad, 11.12 — 
Volunteer at Red Cross Blood Bank, 10 — Alt. H.R. Rep.. 1 1 — H.R. Treas.. Road race 
cross guard, tour guide of business courses, 12 — Beverlega ad campaign, 
homeroom interior decorator, x-mas tree sales. Sandy beaches, parties, summer 
nights, smiles, and good friends. 

WALLESTON. GERALD — " Jerry " — 8 MacArthur rd, 922-2738, 10,11,12 — Intramurals, 
11,12 — Varsity baseball, 10 — Gymnastics, baseball, Pam. Molson, 1984, Baseball, 
soccer, gold, silver, "O.K."". "2 nights and Friday and Saturday " 

WALSH, JUNE MARIE — " June " — 38 Lothrop St, 927-1179, 11.12— Pantherette, 10 — 
Lived and learned secretery of homeroom, 11 — " Ceasar Oh Ceasar ", Salem State 
History Conference. Long bus rides, friendly faces, and dancing the night away. 

WATSON. VALERIE LYNN — 7 Prospect St. 922-7094, 10,11 — Intramurals, music 
marathon, 11,12 — Ledger staff, musical, band banquet, 10 — H.R, Rep., spring track, 
indoor track, cross country mgr., Chamber of Commerce Honors Banquet. Miss Bian- 
chard Bio. Plaque, 11,12 — Band, 11 — Jr. at Large, Main student council, wood- 
windquire, " Ceasar Oh Ceasar ". N H S, (Blazer recipient), band exchange, Salem 
State History Conf., 12 — Wind ensemble. Sr. at Large, tiand V P., yearbook staff. 
" Hey. Hamlet'". The smell of money, jazz attacks, playing in traffic. James Taylor Live 
in Concert, green M&M's, Mr. Skiff, bass clarinets, the poetry of M, Ashlem 
Dunsworth. stealing candy from babies, BPR, arachnids, taking pot shots at the librar- 
ians, skiing, music, Monty Python, great winged gibortniques, Sherlock's sidekick, 
water pistol fights, old episodes of Saturday Night Live and Star Trek, What is love? 
'Tis not hereafter present mirth hath present laughter," 

WATTS. JAMES— "Jim " — 31 Pierce Ave. 922-0295. 10.1 1 .12 — Track, intramural football. 

WEST, CHRISTINE — "Chris" — 151 Park St. 927-1253, 12 — Aegis, soccer team. Horse- 
back riding, jogging and keeping in shape. 

WHITE. MARK — 48 Cogswell Ave. 927-4939. 

WHITE. PAMELA. — "Pam " — 69 Hull St. 922-0435. 10.11,12 — Intramurals. H.R. Sec, 
11,12 — Homeroom decorating, office aide, 12 — French club, French exchange. 

WHITE. SHARI LEE — "Sha " — 12 Upland Rd. 922-7629, 1 1 ,12 — Gymnastics team, 10 — 
Spanish club, intramurals. 1 1 — Outing club. Pleasant Mt. Ski Trip. 1 2 — H.R. V, Pres., 
yearbook, "Intramural Dance ", "66 Mustangs, "The Fools", "Sass ", Boston Bands. 
Bugs Bunny and Baby Hughie, Ukariah and Josiah Who, the beach, scorpios. 

WHITNEY. LINDA — 5 Cogswell Ave. 922-2632, 1 0,1 1.12 — Tutor, 10,11 — Honor Roll. alt. 
H.R, rep., 11,12 — Gymnastics team, Chairperson of SAP.. N,H,S,. 11 — Student 
Advisory Board, " Ceasar Oh Ceasar ", 12 — B-Hive. Alt House Treasurer, stage mgr. 
" Hey. Hamlet'". 

WIGHTMAN, JOHN — "Jack " — 26 Grant St. 10.11.12 — A.F.S. Reincarnation, spirits, 
foreign countries, etc, etc.. etc. 

WILBUR, ANN — 9 Lawnbank Rd. 922-3614. 10.1 1,12 — Varsity tennis, 10 — H.R. V. Pres., 
11 — Varsity swimming, photo club, G A.P.P., 12 — Swimming, student evaluation 
committee. Beating Danvers, the Vinyard, Lazars 420"s. Hobie Cats, Sweet Baby 
James, food, skiing, summertime, tennis, 

WILCON, MARSHA — 20 Pine Rd, 922-1418. 10 — Band, 11 — Cheerleader. " Ceasar Oh 
Ceasar ". 12 — H.R, President, cheerleader. 

WILKINSON, KENNETH — 43 West St, 927-2905, 10,11.12— Soccer team. 10.11 — Intra- 
murals. 10 — Regional Student Advisory Committee, 11 — Council representative. 
Boys State, A.F.S,. 12 — A-House Pres.. Main Student Council, A.F.S. Driving the 
Sonning Rd, crew home after practice, 

WILLIAMS. JANE — 8 Wellesley Rd. 927-1022. 11.12 — Football cheerleader. 10— H.R. 
Pres., 11 — H.R. Rep,. C-House council. Jr. at large, intramurals. 12 — V. Pres, 
C-House. parents night usherette, Director Thanksgiving Slide Show. Parties, beaches 
and sunsets, a brew in the hand! arr! Weekends, Everybody. D D,, J,M,. J,S,, M,Z,, J,L,, 
D.S. 

WINITZER. STEVE — lOThorndike St, 927-7292, Partying. 

WINSLOW. EDWARD H,,— " Whimpy " — 1 12 Hull St, 922-2230, 10.11 — Fire box monitor. 

work, being an A. A, Molson, Van Halen, Foreigner, mini ravioli, skiing, skating. The 

Who, Friday, Blans Duster. 
WINSLOW. PAMELA J. — "Pam" — 927-1762. 10,11,12 — Homeroom Treasurer, 11 — 

Salem Conference Meeting, 10,11 — Intramurals, 11.12— Basketball Cheerleader. 

eating with Billy Joel, modeling, movies. (Rocky Horror) rambling down Greenwood. 

partying. S., D, and Rock & Roll, class of '80. "go for it ". always look on the bright side 

of life, Basketball games, MT, ying-yang, Kitty-Kitty yah!. Luga, 

WOOD. DANA — "Wanadood " — 28 Budleigh Ave. 922-2218, 10,11.12— Band. 11,12 — 
Stage Band, 10 — fire box monitor. 0,S, Club, 12— "Hello Dolly' orchestra. Shredded 
Pelican Lips sautee'd in earwax, chicken cookies. Rush, Yes. Styx. Maynard Fergu- 
son, Led Zepplin, Sister Sadie, Ya gotta try. naima, cheerful me, Neil Perart, Dykes 
Buick, Dead baby jokes. Rick's philosophy, Waterville Valley, Zanking, Shu-Kea, Poon, 
the 8-ball, A.A.F.. Being. 

WOODS. KEVIN — 9 Jaspen St. 10.1 1 — Intramurals. 10 — Photo club. Being rude at the 

mall, 

WOODS, PAULA — 32 Greene St. 922-5782. 10.11,12— Gymnastics team (capt. 12) 
YESCALIS, BOB — 29 Beckford 922-8682 

YOUNG, SUSAN — 10,11,12 — Field hockey, winter track, spring (capt, 11&12) 10 — Class 
Treas,. 11 — H.R. Pres,, Yearbook. Ledger, outing club, "Ceasar Oh Ceasar ", 12 — 
"Hey, Hamlet ", A buzz-bee a ranis and a sous, 

ZOLL. MIRIAM — 4 Orchard St, 922-4002, 10— Homeroom treasurer. Aegis staff. Intramu- 
rals, 11 — H.R Pres,, co-editor Aegis, 12 — Corresponding Secretery of Senior class, 
H,R, Rep,, Editor of Aegis, outing club. Sailing, running. New Hampshire. Molson's. 
Carole King, "Suzanne ", senior week, friends, mellow parties, guitars, the beach, tuna 
fish, writing and food, 

ZOLOTAS.CATHY ANN — 5 Pine Knoll Dr. 927-1412. 10 — " Music Man ", 11 — " Ceasar Oh 
Ceasar ". " Sweet Charity ". 12 — " Hey Hamlet"', "Hello Dolly ", Horses, music, friends, 
parties, green M&M's. playing tennis with Allyn and Jimmy, plays, exchanges, getting 
kicked out of the library, roller skating, teasing P A, about P R.. 6th period study hall. 
M.J. and her R C. strange lunch tables, paper fights. "Go for it' , Rape who? " 

ZUCHOWSKI, NEAL — 22 Warren St 



179 



r 



Two Beverly Firms Extend 
Congratulations 
and Best Wishes to 
The Class of 1980 



Morgan & Douglas 



Planning and Research Consultants 
Real Estate — Site Selection — Development 
Land Utilization and Marketability Studies 




Neiland J. Douglas, Jr. 
Morgan and Douglas 
112 Sohier Rd. 

Beverly, Massachusetts 01915 
Telephone: 617-922-7000 



Insurance Agency, Inc. 



All Forms of Insurance 




Leslie Morgan 

James R. McPherson, CPCU 
John M. Dooling, CPCU 
Neiland J. Douglas, Jr. 
112 Sohier Rd. 

Beverly, Massachusetts 01915 
Telephone: 617-922-0245 



182 



r 



^ r 




MIRACLE 

BODY and FENDER WORK 
Frame and Glass Work 

24 HOUH WHfcCKtH StHVICfc 

COMPLETE FRAME 
STRAIGHTEISIIIMG 
62 Water St. 
Beverly, Mass. 01915 
Tel. (617) 922 0555 




TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED - REBUILT 
Standard or Aulorrtaiic 



WATSON'S GARAGE 

15 River Street Beverly, Massachusetts 



RAIPH WATSON 
922-4637 



Fine Used Cars 



Congratulations Valerie 



GARDEN CITY 



AUTO BODY 



Expert Body Repairs • Insurance Estimates 
Frame Straightening • Glass Repairs 
Towing • Expert Radiator Service 

Quality Work Reasonable Prices 
922-3334 

Visit our New & Modern Shop 



We Won't Dent Your Budget! 
Over 30 Years Experience 
Cliff Eckmann, Licensed Appraiser 
922-0931 
29 River St., Beverly 



r 



CUSTOM READY MADE FRAMES 
• PAINTINGS • PRINTS 



Barbara, Bob and Tod Sayce 

16 Dodge St., Rte. 1-A, at Rte. 128 

North Beverly, MA 01915 

BARBARA'S 
HANG-UP 



THE 

COMPLETE 
FRAME SHOP 
(617) 927-7639y 



West Street, Beverly Farms, Mass. 

Telephone 927-0077 
Peter G. Baughn 



Congratulations 
Tom & Janet 



183 



BRITTON'S 



NORTH 
SHORE 



VOLKSWAGEN 

BEVERLY, MASS. 



Sales and Service 
128 Park Street, Beverly 
Tel. 927-6000 



r 



^ r 



W.W. Britton Inc. 

465-469 Rantoul St. 
Beverly, Ma. 01915 

927-0500 
Automotive Parts 
For all cars & trucks 




t't PLE^5A^T ST. 



QjuutJa^ USED CARS FOR SALE 




MOTO GUZZI 



Get the Shaft 
Freeman Cycles Inc. 
50 Federal St. 
Beverly, Mass. 



Roland D. Kelley — Datsun 



38 Rantoul Street 
Beverly 
"Drive Safely" 



184 



BEVERLY NATIONAL BANK 

Member F.D.I. C. 



r 



^ r 



Best Wishes 
From 

Essex Bank 



Beverly 

Lynn 

Lynnfleld 



Ipswich 
Peabody 
Saugus 
Swampscott 




SUBARU 



Congratulations 

Class of 80 

81 Rantoul St. 
Beverly, Ma. 01915 
927-4867 




Best Wishes 
To The Class of 1980 



I COLONIAL BANK 
COLONIAL BANK 
COLONIAL BANK 
THE COLONIAL BANK 
THE COLONIAL BANK 
THE COLONIAL BANK 
THE COLONIAL BANK 



The Colonial National 
Bank 



242 Elliot St. 
Beverly, Ma. 



4 Federal St. 
Danvers, Ma. 



777-1600 



185 



r 



TO A BRIGHT FUTURE 



BayBank 



BayBank and Trust Company 

165 Cabot Street 

Beverly, Massachusetts 01915 

617/922-1024 



Beverly-Danvers-Lynn 
Hamilton-Lynnfield-Manchester 



r 



IMii X Mossl Inc. 



113 CORNING ST-. BEVERLY, MASS. 



526-7070 
922-5994 



Landscaping 
Hot Topping 
General Contracting 




co-operotive 
bonk 

incorporated 1888 

254 Cabot Street, Beverly Massachusetts 
Branch — North Beverly Plaza 



National Bank 



Member F.O.I. C. 



J 

"A 



Compliments of 
GAUTHIER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE INC. 



r 



SALEM CARPET CENTER 

Carpets — Remnants — Vinyl Inlaid — Area Rugs 



The Complete Poor 
Covering Center 
745-7500 



89 Canal Street 
Salem, Ma. 01970 



J 



187 



TO 'mm: 



^4 : 



r 



!i4>MKO.MR OtD.SK. dS 8JOWW0.P: 7A«J<lliX; 

. A. . -A v. 
^•0^ ft. (Lib' 

Ki'p 4I» WNI ciMn . |«M> .It , iw J 1 "•«• • 



Exxon Happy Motoring 

DePiero's Exxon Service 
474 Rantoul Street 
Beverly, MA. 01915 
Phone 922-3541 



Blair's Mobil 

North Beverly 
General Repairs & Tune-ups 
Exhaust & Brake Systems 
922-9749 
586 Cabot St. Beverly 



"A 



^ r. 



Centerville Car Care Center 

Good Luck 
Class of 
80 



[TEXACO^ 



Best Wishes Class of 1980 
from 

Cove Auto Repair 

146 Hale St. 
927-4353 




188 



r 



"A 



Congratulations 
and 
Best Wishes 
to 

The Class of 1980 
from 

Toby Ford 



Congratulations Paul & Tom 



/ s 

Private Lessons Driver Education 

Anthony and Salem Auto School Inc. 



Licensed by 
The Registry of Motor Vehicles 
Telephone: 745-4656 72 Washington St. 

Residence: 922-6016 Salem, MA. 01970 



Best of Luck 

to the 
Class of 1980 



Lynn Auto Supply Co. Inc. 



STUCK? 
For a Graduation gift? 



Receive one-hundred dollars off, 
on the purchase of any new Pontiac 
or used car here. 

Offer good the entire '80 calender 
year . . . Includes graduate and 
immediate family . . . Bring yearbook 
for verification — Do not clip out! 
Why destroy a beautiful memory! 



OCEAN PONTIAC 



Routes 114-w (a 1-95 
Danvers — 777-3730 



189 



r 



All things by immortal power 

Near or far 

Hiddenly 

To each other linhed are 

That thrvi rnnst not <:ffr n floivcr 

Without iroublmg o} a star. 

Franri<; Thompson 







MAUMKEAG TRUST 

. . . more than just a bank 



on the smallest tree m thr srn.illHsf forest " 



mm 



190 



r 



"A 



Lessons Available 



(617) 927-0920 



PLAfOFF 

RACQUETBALL^ HANDBALL CLUB 



Best Wishes 
Class of 1980 
7 Reservoir Rd. 
Beverly, Ma. 01915 



r 




Rt. 1A, Shawmut Village 
Best Wishes, Class of '80. 



Custom Made: 
Tontine Window Shades — Venetian Blinds — 
Woven Woods 
Draperies. Kirsh Drapery Rods and Repair Work 

Beverly Shade 
Shoppe 



309 Cabot Street 
Anthony Y. Conte, Jr. Beverly, Mass. 01915 
Proprietor Tel. 922-0374 



(617) 927-0550 



Good Luck Seniors! 



Lampert's Sport Shop 



Baseball 

Hockey 

Softball 

Basketball 

Tennis 



409 Cabot St. 
Beverly, Ma. 01915 

A 



Raquetball 
Soccer 
Darts 
Boxing 
Running gear 



^ r. 




BEVERLY COMMUNITY 
ICE ARENA 



130 Sohier Rd., Beverly 
Public Skating 
Figure Skating 
Hockey 



927-4042 



191 




Gifts 
& 

Clothing 
& 

Jewelry 
272 Cabot St. 
Beverly 
922-8100 




EMPIRE 

Fashions for Misses, Junior, 
Mens, Boys and Girls 




^Icons lUk 



^ 1 922-345 1 / 

^""^ 149 Cabot Street 



r 



6f rideRite 




Dickie Dale Stride Rite 



3 Dodge St. 
Beverly 



P 



i^ngiss 



gingiss formalwear 

World's Largest Formalweor Renter 

. »<jm«: CTNTO) BOUTts r/8»m y piaboo 2lJ#aJ|#VJ 

V y 



192 



r 




Sam's Cleaners, Inc. 



Beverly — Danvers 
Marblehead — Salem 



Tel. 927-5511 



Bridals By Desjardins 

Bridals, Bridesmaid, All-occasion Gowns 
Prom Gowns 



Mrs. Esther Desjardins 
Proprietor 



333 Elliott St. 
Beverly Ma. 01915 



r 



PHONE 927-3490 




■IVIRLY fARMS 



JOHN P. CLARK 



FASHION DESIGNING 
REMODELING 



12 WEST STREET 

BEVERLY FARMS, MA 01915 



r 



MOORE BROS. 



MFG. OP LADIES SPORTSWEAR 
SPEX;iAUZINO D4 TOPS AND BOTTOMS 
48 Park Strket 
bbvbki.v. maasachusctts 01815 



Til. 9S«-4W)0 

TCU 9SS-4S8S 



ITKM8 STOCKBO IN FACTOBY 
PAITL, A. MOORB. Prbb. 




193 



Fine Jewelry including 
*18k gianpiero jewels 
*aurea Italian chain 
'citizen watches 
Distinctive design Expert repairs 

D. Chadwick Jewelers 

Pickering Wharf Salem 



r 



Congratulations from 

Bernards 
Jewelers 

Salem Ma. 



r 



AUTO GLASS 



PLATE GLASS 



BEVERLY GLASS CO., INC. 

282 RANTOUL STREET 
BEVERLY, MA 01915 



MILT KAUFMAN 



TEL. 922-2123 



r 




TEL. 922-0359 



Sheet Metal Work 
Industrial - Residential - Commercial 



ED PACKARD 



27 RIVER STREET 
BEVERLY, MA 01915 



5E(ST 





o 



Machinery Division 

USM Corporation 



AnEMHARTunit 



194 



531 3522 



PEABODY GLASS CO., INC. 

"PROMPT COURTEOUS EFFICIENT SERVICE" 
AUTO GLASS INSTALLED 
FURNITURE TOPS' MIRRORS 



GUS MERLINA 



COR. WALNUT & HOWLEY STS. 
PEABODY, MASS 01960 



r 



Best of Luck to 

The Class of 1980 

New England Bait 
and Tackle 

of Salem 





INC. 

New England Divers 



Tozer Rd. 

Beverly 
922-6951 



r 



922-9043 
922-7991 



CRAFTSMAN SHIPP CO. 

CARPENTER/BUILDER 
ADDITIONS - HOMES - COMMERCIAL 



DON SHIPP 
Owner 



485 ELLIOTT ST 
BEVERLY, MA 01915 



r 




ninnf 

■III ,HII 



f qUTSr^ARD- INBOARD MARINE SERVICE 




Compliments of 



Hannah Marina 



195 






Tel. 774-8620 599-1293 



Admiral's Dining Room 



Open Daily 
Danversport Yacht Club 
Weddings, Banquets, Special Functions 
Rt. 128 Exit 22E 



161 Elliott St. 



Danvers, Mass. 



r 



P.O. BOX 288 • 43 WATER STREET 
BE VERLV, MASSACHUSET IS 01915 
(61 7) 92/ 1313 




r 



Beverly 



^ r 



Compliments of 
Sterling Modernizing 
Company, Inc. 



Congratulations! 
Trowt's Movers 
331 Cabot St. 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1980 
from 



922-2502 



Costanzo's World 



of 
Music 



196 



r 



Go For 
The Best! 



[techhiim 

VoUALITV COMPONENTS AT THE RIGHT PRICE^ 




Mitch and Bob 




198 ENDICOTT STREET 
DANVERS, 
MASSACHUSETTS 

01923 
(617) 774-6071 



197 




927-1774 



V cutters' gallery 
Hair Designing For Men & Women 



Mark 
Joanne 
Pam 
Diane 



IOV2 Enon Street 
Beverly, MA 01915 



r 



Sportsman's 
Barber Shop 



SHAWMUT VILLAGE 



4 Enon Street 
Tel. 927-3429 



Route 1A, Beverly 




ROWAND FISHERIES, INC. 

2 Cabot Street 
Beverly, Mass. 

Phone: 927-1871 



F. ELLIOTT ROWAND, President 



HENRY'S SUPERMARKET 

In North Beverly 

Prime Meats and Home-Cooked Foods 
588 Cabot Street 



>VOIlK$ INC 

263 CABOT STRKET BtVtRLY MASS. 01915 



9 27-6840 



(6-7^ 745-6 ■'00 



front Stieet 



Soierr MA 




198 




LUMBrn 

PLYWOOD 

PANELING 

FENCE 

ROOFING 

PAINT 

INSULATION 
MASONRY SUPPLIES 
POWER TOOLS • TOOLS 
HARDWARE 
KITCHEN CABINETS 
BUILDING MATERIALS 
DOORS & WINDOWS 
ANDERSEN WINDOWS 



Open Friday Evenings & All Day Saterday 

KNIGHT LUMBER MART 
& HOME CENTER 




927-0032 




82 River Street, Beverly 



AU Sorts of Hardware dnd Household Things For 
The Handyman, Householder and Craftsman. 

Two Convenient North Shore Locations 

Village Shopping Center 
Topsfield, Mass. 01983 
617-887 2343 

7 Dodge Street 
Beverly, Mass. 01915 
617 927-1320 



r 



WE ARE 



(617) 927-0247 




America't Jargeat netwoA e 
foam InmiUtfon mp^cUt^t* 



Alan R. Sullivan, Inc 



ALAN R. SULLIVAN 
President 



19 Rowell Avenue 
Beverly, MA 01915 



744-0988 



SALES 8c SERVICE 



ayc/en s ofafe & J2oclc (So., (^nc. 
MASTER LOCKSMITHS 



JACK WHITMARSH 



97 CANAL STREET 
SALEM. MASS 01 970 



r 



In Beverly, Since 1910, It's been . . 



"the FRIENDLY Lumber Yard " 




922-0921 

Just 2 Blocks from Beverly High School 



199 



We're the bank that's 
gone to college 





iccumrv 
nAnofiM 



HiMHK roc 



112 SOHIER ROAD 
BEVERLY 922-2000 



EXIT 19. 

MMMLAvf) 



Conveniently located 
just off Route 128 with 
drive in service and 
ample free parking. 

Free checking accounts 
— Savings Accounts — 
Low Cost Personal Loans 



r 



r 



CLA65 OF 1980 




Steve Morse, Ralph Parisella 
Shari MacDonald and John Hogan 

R/}LPH j Market Jnc 

S? BRJD&£ Sr-BEVMIY 



r 



^ r 



Compliments 
of 

Sun ray Bakery 



Foodstop 

11 West St. 
Beverly Farms Ma. 
You'll Love Our Deli! 



Good Luck to 
the 

Class of 1980 

OH BUSTER INC 



201 





Rte 128 Dunham Road 
Beverly 



r 



Marcos & Co. 

Mason Contractors 
Brick & Stucco Work 
General Contracting — Parking Areas 
Paving Contractor — Sidewalks — Streets 
General Carpentry — Stairs & Cellar Floors 
Chimney Repairs 
Tel. 922-2765 187 Bridge St., Beverly 



r 



Stone — Tile — Fireplaces — Plastering 
Wood Burning Stoves 
Best of Luck Class of 80 

Thomas J. McLaughlin 

Mason Contractor 



23 Fiske Rd. 

Wen ham Mass. 01984 



468-3074 



r 




TEL. {61 7) 927 3800 



ZAMPELL REFRACTORIES INC. 

REFRACTORIES ■ INSULA TIONS 



THOMAS J. ZAMPELL 
PRESIDENT 



90 PARK STREET 
BEVERLY, MA 01915 




DUDLEY HAWKINS 



congress consferucfcion co., inc. 

general contractors 

bass riven office building 
112 sohier road 

beverly. massachusetts 01315 
B17-922-B06B 



202 



r 



Nick's 

Best Beef on the North Shore 

We're the only one 
139 Dodge St., North Beverly 
Tel. 922-9076 



r 



Dairii 
Queen 



r 



•Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., Am. D.Q. Corp. 
(c) Copyright 1975 Am. D.Q. Corp. 



479 Cabot St. Beverly 




The Tasty Food Center 



496 Cabot St. 
Beverly, Ma. 



Super Sub Shop 



324 Cabot St. 
927-4788 




r 



Santin Engineering Inc. 



69 Federal St. 
Model Makers 
Plastics 



Best Wishes 
from 

Peggy's Sub Shop 



203 




Compliments of 

King's Grant 




THE NORTH SHORE'S MOST FAMOUS RESTAURANT 
ALL COOKING PREPARED AT OUR OPEN HEARTH 

STEAKS - SEAFOOD 

PRIVATE BANQUET AND MEETING ROOMS 
FASHION SHOWS TUESDAYS 12 TO 2 P.M. 
PIANO £r ORGAN MUSIC WED. THRU SAT. 
WEDDING RECEPTIONS 
SEVERAL PLANS AVAILABLE 
ROUTE lA, OFF RTE. 128, EXIT 20N 
NORTH BEVERLY. 927-1166 



r 



FLAIVIINGO 

on the wharf 
Women's and men's 

clothing, 
shoes & accesories 
Pickering Wharf 
Salem, Mass. 



Prime rib, steaks, seafood . . . 
Serving lunch & dinner 
Congress & Derby Streets 

VICTORIA STATION 



At Pickering Wharf 
Salem, Mass. 01970 617-745-3400 



204 



r 



^ r 



Waikiki Restaurant 

Weekdays — 1 1 :30 a.m. — 1 :30 a.m. 
Friday & Saturday — 1 1 :30 a.m. — 2:00 a.m. 
Sunday — 12:00-1 :30 a.m. 
Specialize in Pinacolada Catering 
The King of the Pu-Pu Platters 



r 



Phone 922-7661 

Congratulations to the Class of '80 

KERNWOOD SALES 
Ours Costs Less 




Joe Stacey 
Sales Manager 



P.O. Box 373 
Beverly, Ma 01915 




Best Wishes to 
The Class of 1980 
from 

Clint Sales 

47 Park St. Beverly, Ma. 




Roller Palace 



130 Sohier Road 
Beverly, Ma. 
927-4242 



J 



Catering Chef's 



"For those who prefer the finest" 
Weddings, Anniversaries 

Parties of all types 
Tom Rhoads 922-8553 
Catering Chef's will offer any 
member of the class of 1980 a 10% 
discount, giving all proceeds to the 
Mitch Carrier Fund. 



205 



9^ 



r 



r 



BEST WISHES 

to the 
Class of 1980 



UNCLE SAM'S ICE CREAM 




Good Luck 
Class of 1980 
Compliments 
of 

Dick & Junes 



^ r 



r 



J V 



Simard's Super Sub. 



Nobo^candoit 
like McDonalds can 



TM 




McDonald's 
■ i® 



206 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1980 
from 



Bill and Bob's 



VI? I C poft auocca^vonS 

ANb pLORISC 

roAftchA ^Uifnoub pa«;kowski , pRop. 

HQ sc. RKH CCuw SC 



0€V€R\.V,a)A,^S 01915 



Campbell Funeral Home 

525 Cabot Street 
Beverly 

Frank T. Campbell Glenn F. Campbell 




Dipalos Florists 

Floral Designing for All Occasions 
495 Cabot Street 
Beverly, Mass. 01905 
Tel. 922-6329 



r 



Chapman's Greenhouse 
& Garden Center 

58 Hart St. 
Beverly Farms, Mass. 01915 




FLORIST 

Tt LEPHOtJE: 922-8444 
3e!3 CABOT STOTTT 
BrVrRLV. MASS OI915 



■11 r 




207 



Stanley J. Mikluski 

Realty & Insurance 

19 Broadway 
Beverly, Ma. 01915 
Tel. 922-1770 
GOOD LUCK! 



Good Luck Class of "80 

L.F. Berman & Associates 

3 Gordon Rd. 
Beverly, Mass. 



^ r 




Zayre Corp. 

Framingham. Massachusetts 01701 

ZAYRE 

Your Family Discount Store 
of Beverly 






f The. Sophomott, c/qss of 
U/ou/e/ /,-^e to €xie.uc/ 




CONQRfiTUlATIO*fS 




r 




REALTOR* 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 

THE 

I FORTUNATO (;™.| 
AGENCY 

39 Woodbury St. Beverly, Ma. 
922-361 1 



'»Ci»T 



Wayward Duck 
24 West St., Beverly Farms 



Farms 
Hardware 

26 West St. 
Beverly Farms 



Wyatts 

26-28 West St. 
Beverly Farms 



Lillian F. Goff, C.R.B. 



Realtor 
922-1707 




Goff. 



83 Hale Street • P.O. Box 93 ■ Beverly. MA 01915 



Congratulations to 
the Class of '80 

The Commodore 

Luncheons — Dinners — Cocktails 
Private function rooms 
Pub on lower deck 

Tel: 922-5590 



J 



Best Wishes to 
the 

Class of 1980 
from 



Charlie Cheng of California 



209 



Best Wishes 



From Beverly 
Nursing Home 



r 



COLONIAL PRESS 25 COX COURT 



111 
X 



DON MORAN 




dompiete Printing Service 

BEVERLY. MASSACHUSETTS 



FUEL COMPANY 

ESTABLISHED 1912 

@ L L s !H 

232 ESSEX ST., BEVERLY, MASS. 01915 
TELEPHONE 922-00»0 

A Company for ALL Seasons 



py PL ©]L 



Safe • Comfortable 




OIL HEAT 

AIR CONDITIONING 
HUMIDIFICATION 
AIR FILTRATION 



r 



Congratulations to 
Beverly High School Grads! 




Beverl y ^Times 



922 — 1234 



210 



Lee.Fraser&Patch 



r 



r 



INC. 



INSURANCE 




ROBERT O. ^y^^ DONALD B. 

REAL ESTATE 

234 CABOT ST. TEL 922-2330 
Cor. FEDERAL ST., BEVERLY, MASS. 



A.J. Callahan & Son Inc. 
Plumbing & Heating 

Oil Burners — Sales & Service 
721 Hale St. Beverly Farms, Ma. 
922-0326 



Congratulations from 




SQmondson 



126SohierRcl. 
Beverly, Mass. 01915 
922-6400 
Fuel Oil & Heating Equipment 
Your Energy Savings Company 




Best of Luck Class of 1980 
Nap Pero Oil Co. 
12 Victor Ave. 
Beverly, Mass. 
922-2657 



r 



Lewis, Clark & Brow 




275 Cabot Street 
Beverly, Mass. 01915 
922-4630 



604 Main Street 
Reading, Mass. 01867 
^ 944-0427 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



^ r 



Sterling Insurance Agency, Inc. 



9 Broadway St. 

Beverly, Ma. 
Lester Sterling 

Dick Mooney 




J K. 



211 



Congratulations Class of "80 



Beverly Police 



Patrolmans Association 



Best of Luck to 
The Senior Class 
of 1980 

The Class of 1981 



Beverly Police Superior 
Officers Association 



^ r 



To the Class 
of 1980: 



Goodbye 
Good Luck 
Good Fortune 



from the 



Beverly High School 
Music Parents 
Association 



213 



r 



r 



Compliments of 
Beverly Fire Fighters 
Local 1669 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 
from 

Mayor Peter F. Fortunate 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1980 

Beverly 
Teacher's 
Association 



Beverly 
Federation 
of 

Teachers 



Congratulations 

to the 
Senior Class!! 



^1 




Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1980 



From 



Beverly Midget Football 



215 



Patrons 



Foreign Auto Parts 

Mr, and Mrs. Angelo P. Themes 

Nancy Fitzgerald 

Martha Sweeny 

Jane Borcherson 

Tom Delaney 

Phil Currier 

Martha Chase 

Sue Fitzgerald 

Tom Halon 

Howie Goldstein 

William Broussard 

John Crowell 

Alphonse Pelonzi 

Robert Bamberger 

Jack Wilkins 

Mr, and Mrs. Boynton 

Beverly E. Gilmore 

Shari DuBois 

Roberta Jansky 

Debbie Desantis 

Herbert L. Small 

Elaine and Roland Gagnon 

Mitchell's Dance Studio 

Leo Murphy 

Manuel's Black and White Orchestra 

Betty Baumann 

Dick Jackson 

Cindy Merrill-Seabrook 

Cheryl Mitchell 

Uncle Wally 

Robert W. Stuard 

Bob Williams 

Joyce M. Kidney 

Al and Bea Hagan 

Red Michaud 

Pattie Currier 

Don Killam 

Billy Nolan 

Bruce Criswell 

Kenneth C. Acres 

Debra Hanka Ahe 

Howard Page 

Kay Tolvanen 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R, Minigell 
"Mina" 

Mr. and Mrs, Ted Crateau 

Mr, and Mrs. Condon 

David and Glen Witwicki 

Mr, and Mrs, John Hatcher 

Mr, and Mrs. Robert Kampersal 

Nancy Kirlis 

Micki s Leather Outlet 

Isabel Harriman 

Bob Pieroni 

Lisa Bergeron 

Robert Bucco 

Crystal Lunch 

175 Washington St. 
Ser-Vis Cleaners 
Shalom! 

Ms, Susan Tarricone 

Mrs, Gordon Thornton 

Mr, Joe Thornton 

Mr, and Mrs. Gordon J. Thornton 

Joan Dunn 

Mr, and Mrs. Robert McParland 

Karen and Andrea Anthony 

Mr, and Mrs. Lois J. Macaro 

Mr, and Mrs, Paul Thornton 

Barbara A, Watson 

Frank and Chris Appaloni 

June Dickering 

Steven Cross 

God Bless You Guys 

Mark Harrington 

Evelyn Wightman 

Nancy Bailey 

Jonathan Gray 

Dean Cole 

John Wilbur 

Jeanne Russo 

Jerry Connors 

Margie Conroy 

Helen Kearney 

Mr, and Mrs, Zygmint Puter 

Good Luck 1980 

Jill Gage 



Gail M. Walker 
Mr. and Mrs. John Casey 
Mr. and Mrs. William Walker 
Paul F. Tallo 

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Routhier 
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Moven 

and daughter 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Markey 
and Family 
Debbie Hay 
Rachel Mitchell 
Phyllis Paulsen 
Catherine Damour 
Stephen B. Gasperoni 
Mrs. Edward Delaney 
Mrs. Shirley Levy 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jack 
Mr, and Mrs. Edward Glichhouse 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arrington 
Mr. and Mrs. David Belleau 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simmons 
David and Alice Gardner 
G.C. Conway 
Mrs. Leclair 
The Ahleson family 
Compliments of Ray's 

Barber Shop 
John Petrulis, Sr. 
Evelyn MacMillan 
Leah St. Pierre 
Doris Myers 
Leo Patrick Smart, Jr. 
Roy Beauchamp 
John E. Lennox 
Douglas MacDonald 
Annie Hall 
Donald Grieves 
Alfred Otis Marshall, Jr. 
John Allen 
Richard Wagner 
Albert R. Titus 
Phillup Walkup 
Richard Muise 
Ray Charland 
Bob Wisocky 
Norman Hurley 
Mark Lawrence 
Steve Hoitt 
Rusty Goodick 
Paul Ammann 
Steve Tobey 
Kerry Lewis 
Kevin Finnegan 
Jerry Paige 

Dolans Fine Hair Cutting 

Fred Peters 

Rich Chmiel 

Tim Hegarty 

Glenn Anderson 

Anne Grzybinski 

Patty Flanigan 

Bruce Francis 

Tom Bond 

Ben Dover 

Jim Kelly 

Rick Massero 

Tony Chirco 

Bruce Sarro 

Omeros Galiatsatos 

Bill Short 

Bob Lewis 

Bob Pellitier 

Dick Lafrance 

Red Monahan 

Russ Goodick 

Larry Stickney 

Russ Klien 

Dan Schroeder 

Warren Parsons 

David Brown 

Robert Kumph 

Bob Maguire 

Scott Kinade 

Mike Kaminski 

Pam Stillson 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Fumarola 
Mr. & Mrs. James Brown 
W.W. & Armeggadon 



216 



Donors 



Russo's Restaurant 418 
Cabot St. Beverly 

Tony's Market 396 Cabot St. 

Johnny's Barber Shop 

Tilton's Pharmacy 294 Cabot St. 



Raphael's Artistic Stylists 
283 Cabot St. 



D'Aldos Cutting Company 
Beverly-Ipswich 



Maria's Pizza 

Hared's Restaurant 

Frank's Taxi 

Mr. & Mrs. Vartzelis 

John Cahill 

John A. Mahan 

Elaine Page 

Dan and Jan O'Brien 

Leo Boudreau 

Fasset's Market 

E.F. Hutton — Salem 



Patte-Ann II 131 Essex St. 
Salem 



Will Ray Tree Service 
Encore 

Odds and Ends Bookstore 
National Bicycle Shop 



Soby's Lunch 212 Derby St. 
Salem 



Bill's Kustom Upholstery 
278 Derby St. Salem 



Jimmy's Marina 278 Derby St. 
Salem 



Carvel Ice Cream 
Borah's 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Mahoney 
Barb Chouinard 
Travel World 

Dick Simmons Barber and Stylist 
White Cap Carpet Cleaners 



Mr. & Mrs. George Rudolph 
"Best Wishes" 



Beverly Drakes Salesman 
Samar 

Mrs. Vida Donovan 

Jennie Manzi 

Dave & Pat Fournier 

Richard & Robert Cashman 

Clinton & Rita Cashman 

John Ludlow 

The Reiser Family 

His Storehouse Christian 
Bookstore 

DiPalo Glass Co. 

Rev. Robert O'Grady 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Nuccio 

Mr. & Mrs. Wendell Mason 

Mr. & Mrs. James Main, Heidi & Cindy 

Mr, & Mrs. John Smallwood & Family 



Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Bodek & Family 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Seaberg 
Compliments of Patti Construction 
Philip Weld 105 Lovett St. Beverly 
John & Marilyn Crowley 107 Lovett St. 
Mrs. Bodek 
Elaine Main 

Bandhauer's Pastry Shop 

Dustin's Gulf Service 
Cabot & Roundy Sts. 

Cassandra's Corner 

Austin Layne 

Ray Whitcomb 

Gary Fumarola 

loannis Tsiplakis 

Jim Hayes 

Scott Sevan 

Arthur Lewis 

A Friend 

Keith Fumarola 

Joan Fumarola 

Mary Fumarola 

Mr. & Mrs. William Fumarola 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Stillson 



217 



Sponsors 



Keep Off The Grass 
Arvies Candies 

Compliments of Alyces Home 
Made Ice Cream — Salem 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Manzo 

Mary Lou Jadwin 

Alderman Jeffrey W. Conley 
and Family 

Davis Drug 

Tony and Marcha Palazola 
Lawrence Kline 
Inveico Inc. 

Stern's Natural Food Center 

Kenney Transportation 

Beverly Paint and Wall Paper Co. 

Tom's Discount Furniture 83 Eliot St. 

Best of Luck 

Jackie and Ray's Pizza 

Utility Metal Products 

Good Luck Class of 1980 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Vincent & Family 

Keep Your Goals High 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kass and Family 

Robert T. Nelson Plumbing and 
Heating 

Peter and Debbie Scouras 

Witch City Auto Body 

Best Wishes to the Class of 80 

Best of Luck — Hotwatt 

Winer Brothers 

Apple Basket 

198 Cabot St. Beverly 

Putnam Pantry Pickering Wharf 
Salem 

Dr. & Mrs. F. Weston Clark 

R.V. Colanto — Jeweler 

North Beverly Country Variety 

Dr. Harold Kaplan 

Dr. Stanley Sozanski 

Jay's Car Lot — Beverly 

Leslie Ray Ins. 129 Dodge St. 

L.H. Rogers East India Sq. Salem 

Rho Fashion Boutique 
Pickering Wharf Salem 

Congratulations Class of '80 
Cove Gulf Station 

Peter Anthony's 

Edie's Lunch 



Driscoll's Pharmacy 588 Cabot St. 

Alan F. Johnson 

Turner U.S.A. Ltd., Inc. 

Well Wisher 

Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Zoll 

A Friend 

Glovsky and Glovsky 

Dr. & Mrs. A. Goldberg 

Best Wishes to the Class of '80 

Morgan — McPherson Ins. 112 Sohier Rd. 

Beautiful Things 
Flowers and Gifts 
14 Norman St. Salem 

Fotografia Studio 
283 Cabot St. 
927-3267 

Rantoul Tailoring 

Walsh's Service Station 
449 Cabot St. 

McNulty Chevrolet Inc. 
420 Cabot St, 

Mr. Vincent's Coiffeures 
409 Cabot St. 

Taylor Rental Center 
398 Cabot St. 

The Santy 
310 Cabot St. 

Kransbergs Furniture 
301 Cabot St. 

Cabot Street Liquors 
285 Cabot St. 

Donald R. Leclaire D.M.D. 

Ricci's Market 

Paul's Locksmith Shop 

Hannah Shop 

Travel by Irene 

E. Spear Co. 

Sterling and Vic Page 

O'Hara's Inc. 

Abbott Yarn Shop 

Good Luck 1980 

Mr. & Mrs. John Wightman 

Beverly Market 84 Hale St. 

Hair by Sharon 

Elizabeth's Bridal Shoppe 
159 Elliott St. Danvers 

Myles McPherson Youth Center 

Farms Fashion Beauty Salon 

Cassandra's Corner 




"Do not stand at my grave 

and weep 
I am not there. I do not 

sleep. 
I am a thousand winds 

that blow; 
I am the diamond glints 

on snow. 
I am sunlight on ripened 

grain; 

I am the gentle autumn's 
rain. 

When you awaken in the 

morning's hush, 
I am the swift uplifting 

rush 

Of quiet birds in circled 

flight. 
I am the soft star that 

shines at night. 
Do not stand at my grave 

and cry, 
I am not there. 

I did not die." Stefanie Lovasco 




Francis Roberts 




7 
1 



• Wmiton-Solem 

HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY 

• Nofth Cofotmo 

OUV GAkON. tXtTik. NEW HAMPSMiRt 



For Reference 
Not to be taken 
from this library